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E. Paul Zehr

Guest Writer based in Victoria, BC, Canada, Canada. Joined on Sep 29, 2014
Expertise in Exercise & fitness, Sports, Kids, Education, Men's health,   see all» Science & space

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Op-Ed: An aging Ant-Man and the science of senolytics Special

Ant-man's main claim to fame is keeping his normal human strength when shrunk to the size of an ant. But while he's fighting ant-sized villains he's also fighting the passage of time. How fast does Ant-Man age?

Op-Ed: Using human brain cells to smarten up the mouse

The Journal of Neuroscience reports that brain cells from one animal species can be transplanted into that of another species and thrive. With an extent and relative rapidity, implanted human brain cells can actually take over the brains of mice.

Op-Ed: Stem cell superheroes and the limits of our biology Special

Ever thought about having the powers or abilities of a superhero? We can improve our abilities by training and effort, but enhancing the human condition really has biological limits. What if we could exceed the constraints of our biology?
 

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