When you think of bioluminescence there may be a few images that come to mind. Glowworm caverns of New Zealand, or the Bioluminescent Bay of Puerto Rico, or depending on where you are in the country, lightning bugs. This phenomenon comes from living organisms of producing light from their bodies. The occurrence is found in fish as well, and according to a recent study in the journal PLOS ONE, it’s more widespread than previously understood.
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Approximately 3.5 million people in the United States are diagnosed with schizophrenia according to SARDAA (Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America), and while there currently is no medication capable of curing or reversing the onset of schizophrenia, a new study that recently appeared in Psychological Medicine shows that the human brain has the ability to remodel itself in an attempt to overcome the condition.
Nine years after having his left leg amputated in 2007 when it was caught in a fishing line, Bagpipes the Little Blue penguin has received a custom-made 3D printed foot. This foot will help him swim, stand and waddle "like a penguin should" according to BBC News.