Tag: Kyoto University
Why Cats Can Remember Other Cats’ Names
University of Kyoto scientists found that they can indeed remember, provided they live in the same household.
Cell Cannibalism Shows Intelligent Design
“Eat me!” cries a cell to other cells. But biochemists know it is for the greater good.
Cells Reach Out and Touch, Providing Evidence of Foresight and Design
Cells are equipped with sensors that recognize touch and respond accordingly. They can even reach out to other cells with nanoscopic tunnels and share parts.
Sure, Animals Count; But Can They Count?
What is the nature, and extent, of animal intelligence?
Ethical Stem Cells Relieve Parkinson’s in Monkeys
The advance of ethical stem cell research continues exponentially.