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Listen to the audio recording of plant sounds.

How the brain senses body position and movement?

The sense is known as proprioception.

Women’s autoimmune risk explored in Stanford Medicine-led study

Xist proteins drive female-biased autoimmunity.

New mouse study reveals protective power of breast milk

Breast milk complement alters gut microbiota for infant health.

Scientists developed ‘Mini Brains’ from human fetal brain tissue

A brand-new way of studying how the brain develops.

CellHint: New methodology unifies single-cell data

Creating harmonised, applicable datasets for the study of human health and disease.

UCLA investigates maternal diabetes’s impact on fetal development

Atlas explores fetal metabolism in mid-to-late gestation and diabetic pregnancy.

Cracking the itch mystery: New insights unveiled

S. aureus and itch-induced skin damage: The V8 protease-PAR1 axis revealed.

Researchers use embryonic stem cells to generate live-born Chimeric monkey

A live-birth chimeric monkey using a high contribution of embryonic stem cells (ESCs).

Newly discovered antibodies neutralize drug-resistant pathogens

Potent antibodies found against Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

Stanford’s eye aging clock for ocular disease treatment

AI-powered liquid biopsy reveals eye aging and disease drivers.

New antibiotic targets drug-resistant bacteria

New antibiotic targets immutable bacterial structure.

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