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    We’re Using Stem Cells to Reverse Baldness and It’s Actually Working

    Some very hairy mice are bringing us another step closer to un-LOCKing a way to regenerate a full head of hair. Did somebody say a pun?! About 50% of men and 25% of women experience at least partial hair loss by the age of 50, whether due to age, medical treatments, or disease. Current options for those looking to reverse this loss include things like medications that may slow hair loss and transplants from hair follicles elsewhere on the body. But neither have the often desired effect of restoring a thick and full volume of hair. Researchers have been optimizing techniques for culturing “hair follicle germs” in a dish for…

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    Your Skin Cells Could Make a Baby, Will This Be the End of Infertility?

    We all know where babies come from. An egg is fertilized by sperm and the resulting zygote needs to be implanted in a uterus so it can grow and divide. The key here is the union of the gametes: sperm and egg. This means same-sex partners, or partners who are unable to provide gametes themselves, need to rely on donors. But what if that wasn’t the case? What if we could just generate gametes from the partners? Soon, we might be able to. The method is called in-vitro gametogenesis. It involves converting adult cells into lab-made eggs and sperm cells that can combine to create a zygote. This could pave…

  • How to fix “Hosted network status: Not available” in Command Prompt
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    How to fix “Hosted network status: Not available” in Command Prompt

    Make sure to Turn on the Wi-Fi… Press Win + X and select Command Prompt (Admin)… If you haven’t turned on the Wi-Fi, then also you’ll get the error “The hosted network couldn’t be started…” while attempting to turn on hotspot… Now this is the major issue we’re going to fix… “Status: Not available”.. this could occur if you’ve accidently disabled the Hosted network… Minimize the CMD window.. press Win + X again and select Device Manager… Select View → Show hidden devices… Now under Network Adapters, you could see “Microsoft Hosted Network Virtual Adapter”… Right click on it and select Enable… Now take CMD again… Try to view the…

  • SOLVED hosted network couldn’t be started | obtaining IP problems | Computer Tricks | Tek Know
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    SOLVED hosted network couldn’t be started | obtaining IP problems | Computer Tricks | Tek Know

    Open the command Prompt as device administrator enable the wifi if it is disabled if again you getting same problem make sure that wifi is enabled then search for device manager and open it enable the hosted network driver try again by typing the cmd if you getting obtaining IP address error then try this check the status of local area connection go to active lan network properties that shares the internet through the wifi uncheck the option and click ok again check the option and click ok check the status of local area connection enable wifi on your mobile and try to connect again by typing the password, it…

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    The James Webb Space Telescope Is Delayed (Again)! What Is Happening?

    The James Webb Space Telescope being developed by NASA is set to be one the most exciting space observatories ever developed!, with totally novel technologies and instruments that will give us new insights into our universe. But unfortunately, its completion and launch has been delayed. Again. What’s goin’ on? The initial completion window for the James Webb Space Telescope, or JWST, was supposed to be between 2007 and 2011. There were some pretty severe budget and schedule issues, resulting in a 2011 overhaul of the project that set a new completion date for October of 2018. That turned out to be a little too optimistic, so they pushed it back…

  • Mike Birbiglia Hosted an A Cappella Concert with Nick Kroll While Stoned
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    Mike Birbiglia Hosted an A Cappella Concert with Nick Kroll While Stoned

    -Welcome back, my friend. -How are you? Thanks. Thanks for having me. -I’m really good. I’m always very lucky — because we both live in New York City, obviously, we run into each other every now and then. -Yeah. -We last saw each other at our friend Nick Kroll’s birthday party. -Yeah. -And you and Nick — who’s a very funny guy — you were in the same improv troop in college. -We were. We were in — We were in the same improv group. And we once hosted — went to Georgetown, where a cappella, at least at the time, was as big as is in the movie “Pitch…