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A new era of regenerative medicine could be on the horizon. A 3-D printed ovary allowed an infertile mouse to naturally mate and go on to give birth to two pups of their own, according to new research published Tuesday in Nature Communications....

source: CNN

Advising someone to "walk a mile in their shoes" as a way to get them to empathize with others may be bad advice for their emotional health, according to a new study. "That's because there are two routes to empathy and one of them is more personally distressing and upsetting...

source: Futurity

New York has become the city with the most people who have no home to sleep in. As rising rents outpace income growth across the five boroughs, some 62,000 people, nearly 40 percent of them children, live in homeless shelters—rates the city hasn't seen since the Great...

source: Wired

The Dali17 Museum has added a virtual reality tour to its list of offerings highlighting the works of Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali. [Recently] the museum, in collaboration with virtual reality tour creator Greenfield Workshop, saw the launch of their new app dubbed "Dali17...

source: Monterey Herald

Chicago is filled with some amazing museums, but they aren't equally distributed throughout the city's various neighborhoods. This summer, a mobile museum will travel to communities throughout the city via a floating barge, traversing...

source: TimeOut Chicago

For Romans, the daily commute will never be the same again. The city on Friday unveiled a brand new underground station that boasts a trove of archeological treasures that were found during its construction. They...

source: The Telegraph


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