Yuka the woolly mammoth died a long time ago, but scientists gave her cells a short second life in mouse egg cells.
They targeted telomeres, caps on chromosomes whose length roughly corresponds to age.
It tells us something important about cancer.
This could mean safer life-saving organ transplants.
The American Society for Cell Biology invited three labs to "tell their own cell story."
A cell atlas could map out hundreds of different cells to help with disease research.
Since 1950, many cell lines used in research have been mislabeled as being from the wrong individual, tissue, or species.
3D scaffolds, seeded with stem cells, become art in Amy Karle's 'Regenerative Reliquary.'
Early cancer detection will save lives.
Paging Dr. Pigeon!
I, for one, welcome our bacterial overlords.
When we can make objects that reproduce, what does that mean for the definition of life itself?