The Archangel Ancient Tree Archive studies the genetics of old Giant Sequoias & redwoods before cloning them and replanting the tree’s most resistant to climate change.
After a single injection, 4 weeks later mice regained their ability to walk after severe spinal cord injuries. The injection helps neurons to regrow, which improves communication between cells, and helps to regenerate spinal tissue in mice. The therapy, which the researchers hope to trial in humans, harnesses ‘dancing molecules’ to communicate with the body’s cells.
Is an inspiring example of how to merge urban living with nature.
The city state has spent decades ensuring that its residents have access to fresh air and clean water and plenty of green outdoor space.
Singapore changed from a city with one of the highest emissions on the planet in 1996, setting itself a target to green and rewild by 2012. Singapore is now famed for its green innovation. This is how it became known as the ‘Biophilic’ city.