Skinning is the act of skin removal.

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Why Does Skin Get “Leathery” After Too Much Sun? New Research Sheds Light

Skin behind the ears and between the toes can host a collection of unhealthy microbes

How a deadly fungus is so good at sticking to skin and other surfaces

Stanford’s Sensational Science: Why Our Skin Feels “Tight” After Using a Facial Cleanser

Vacationers Beware – Short, Sun-Seeking Trips Can Disrupt the Skin’s Microbiome

You can leave your gloves on: New material burns viruses, safe for skin

Terminator model has living skin made from fungus

How a Color-Changing Hogfish Knows whether Its Skin Is White, Brown or Polka-Dotted

Fragile Population of North American Orcas Threatened by Mysterious Skin Disease

Scientists Discover Protein That Plays a Key Role in Skin Aging

Breakthrough treatment for skin infection: Novel microneedle array embedded with ultrasound-triggered antibacterial nanoparticles

'Electronic skin' from bio-friendly materials can track human vital signs with ultrahigh precision

This patch uses nanomagnets to detect muscle movement through the skin

Why Dads and Their Babies Need to Go Skin-to-Skin

The IL-17 protein plays a key role in skin aging

Skin-to-skin contact significantly reduces death rates for premature babies

A lung injury therapy derived from adult skin cells

NIH Scientists Discover Protein Behind Rare Genetic Skin Disorder

Researchers made the first wireless wearable ultrasound device that images tissue below the skin while patients move freely. The system could allow monitoring of blood pressure, heart health, and lung capacity in real time during daily activities, including physical exertion.

African Mouse-Like Rodents Possess Osteoderms beneath Their Tail Skin, Scientists Discover