Scientists 3D-print a cube-shaped human liver tissue in a lab using live cells

Scientists 3D-print a cube-shaped human liver tissue using live cells that could treat future astronauts who will one day live on Mars and the moon American scientists grew human liver tissue in a lab using a 3D-printerThe team started by using 3D printing technologies to create gel-like moldsThis acted as a platform for the cells … Read more

Bidding for Blue Origin’s first human flight hits $4.5 million as online auction comes to close

Bidding for a seat on Blue Origin’s New Shephard rocket alongside Jeff Bezos and his brother topped $4.5 million on Thursday as the second phase of the online auction comes to a close.  According to the company’s website, the highest bid to ride on the July 20 flight is currently $4.5 million, over a million … Read more

1,000-year-old chicken egg preserved in human feces inside an ancient cesspit unearthed in Israel

A chicken egg surrounded by human feces inside an ancient cesspit for 1,000 years has been unearthed in Israel, the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) said on Wednesday. The complete egg was discovered in an industrial complex dating back to the Byzantine period, in what is now Yavne. ‘Eggshell fragments are known from earlier periods, for … Read more

Human Nature: Mike Tierney still gets excited performing after 30 years

EXCLUSIVE: Human Nature’s Mike Tierney admits he still gets a thrill from performing after 30 years By Ali Daher For Daily Mail Australia Published: 06:19 BST, 9 June 2021 | Updated: 06:26 BST, 9 June 2021 They’re the clean-cut boyband who rose to fame in the mid ’90s. But the members of Human Nature have revealed … Read more

‘Very old’ human remains found just yards away from Meghan and Harry’s California mansion

Human remains have been unearthed on a road just yards away from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s California mansion. The bones were found on May 24 on a road in Montecito which neighbors the street of the couple’s $14.7 million luxury complex, according to a Santa Barbara Sheriff’s office spokeswoman. They appeared to be that of … Read more

Polar bear cubs get their first swimming lesson with the help of their human foster mother

This is the adorable moment two orphan polar bears got their first swimming lesson from an adoptive human foster mother.  The cubs were born in captivity in December to a mother who refused to feed and raise them but six women at a Russian safari park stepped in to care for the helpless crying pair.  … Read more

Neuralink has a monkey play Pong with its MIND – and it is appealing for HUMAN volunteers next 

Elon Musk’s Neuralink has shown off its latest brain implant by making a monkey play Pong with its mind, and the firm hopes to test on human volunteers next. The brain computer interface was implanted in a nine year old macaque monkey called Pager, who was first taught to play video games with a joystick. … Read more

Modern human brain evolved as far back as 1.7 million years ago, study finds

Modern human brains are ‘relatively young’ and only evolved as far back as 1.7 million years ago after the earliest humans first dispersed from Africa, a new study claims.   Researchers used computed tomography to examine the skulls of Homo fossils that lived in Africa and Asia between 1 million and 2 million years ago.  They … Read more

Less is more! Human brains struggle to be minimalist, scientists say

Human brains struggle to take ideas or elements away from designs, such as from a blueprint of a building – and instead tend to add more, a new study reveals.  In experiments, participants tasked with making a Lego Duplo building stronger tended to add more bricks rather than take them away. In another computerised task, … Read more

Less is more! Human brains struggle to subtract, scientists say

Human brains struggle to take ideas or elements away from designs, such as a bricks in blueprint of a building – and instead tend to add more, a new study reveals.  In experiments, participants tasked with making a Lego Duplo building stronger tended to add more bricks rather than take them away. In another computerised … Read more