Scientists created the first active 3D-bioprinted glioblastoma tumor in a lab. Because it functions more like a tumor in the body than replicas grown in Petri dishes, it could be more reliable in clinical drug trials.
Researchers found anteaters in deforested areas range over a larger part of their habitat. Forests provide relief from extreme heat, so animals that rely on them are forced to hunt more actively for tree cover as forests disappear.
Scientists confirmed geothermal heat from tectonic trenches below the Thwaites Glacier is warming the ice. Melting from Thwaites Glacier contributes 4 percent to rising sea levels, so understanding its ice loss is crucial.
Researchers using the Low-Frequency Array radio telescope captured the most detailed images yet of distant galaxies and their inner workings. They include Hercules A, which has a supermassive black hole at its center.
Scientists used human induced pluripotent stem cells to create a brain organoid that generated its own rudimentary eye structures, called optic cups. The development could help researchers understand human eye development.
Researchers developed a new technique to analyze the magnetic field of meteorites from beyond the asteroid belt for clues about how they formed. They used the technique to examine the Tagish Lake meteorite, which was formed in the outer Solar System.