Organoids: precious research tool or glamour science?

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Nikolaos Mitrousis and Sri Ray-Chauduri, Technology & Engineering co-editors In the past five years, research into organoids has attracted a lot of attention from scientists, engineers, and journalists alike. But what are organoids? Why are they made, and how can they be useful? Our bodies develop from stem cells, which grow, divide, and create all […]

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Science Bloggers See the Science in Everything

by Kimberly Moynahan Science in Society editor “If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail” – Abraham Maslow Science oriented people — scientists, science communicators, and just plain enthusiasts – have a tendency to see the science in everything. A puddle of water becomes a microbiologist’s zoo. The twinkle of stars […]

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