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Severed Spinal Cord? Not a Problem for Sea Lampreys.

What if humans could regenerate our body parts? How can amputees or victims of central nervous system damage, for example, recover their very own limbs or physical movement? Scientists are hard at work, researching mechanisms that may answer these questions — and they’re drawing inspiration from marine life. Rishya NarayananRishya is pursuing an M.S. in […]

The effects of social history on alcohol tolerance in crayfish

Lonely crawdad’s can really handle their liquor according to this study. Abrahim El GamalAbrahim is a PhD student at Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego where he studies marine chemical biology.

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