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The History Of Money

Humans have been using banks and currency for thousands of years. See how far we’ve come, from bartering to Bitcoins, in this infographic from Mint.

How cancer cells move and spread

Breast cancer cells (shown in green) individually peel off from the main tumor when they get a “go” signal from a type of growth factor called TGF-beta. Cells can also move in clumps, but that migration is not controlled by TGF-beta, shows a new study presented at the American Society for Cell Biology annual meeting. Immune cells called macrophages are shown in red and connective tissue appears in cyan and magenta.