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Physicists found the shortestMeasuring a quantum object makes it lose its odd quantum properties, and it only takes between 0.1 billionth of a second to 0.1 sextillionth of a second
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Will monkeypox become a pandemic?

Live Science - 23 Sep 2022 23:00
Will monkeypox become aSurprisingly, there is no official definition of a pandemic.
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Scientists are slatheringResearchers have resorted to applying antibiotics on corals to save Caribbean reefs from deadly disease, but there are concerns this could create antibiotic resistance in other marine animals
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The coronavirus infects fat cells, study shows

Live Science - 23 Sep 2022 20:48
The coronavirus infects fatResearch shows that SARS-CoV-2 infects fat cells and certain immune cells in fat.
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Running at night: How does it affect the body?

Live Science - 23 Sep 2022 20:00
Running at night: How does itDiscover whether running at night could influence your body's performance
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First single-crystalDue to their very high efficiency in transporting electric charges from light, perovskites are known as the next generation material for solar panels and LED displays. A team led by Dr. Lei Su at... Queen Mary University of London now have invented a brand-new application of perovskites as optical fibers. The results are published in Science Advances.
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China discovers rare lunarChinese researchers have discovered a brand new type of crystal in a sample of moon rocks, as well as a source of helium-3 -- a potential fuel for nuclear fusion reactors.
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Ancient 'alien goldfish' shot"Alien goldfish" from the Carboniferous had toothy tongue-like structures that resembled those in living mollusks, a new study finds.
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An Association BetweenAssessing a child's exposure to air pollution on a monthly basis from conception to the age of 8.5, researchers found the greater the exposure to air pollution before the age of 5, the greater the... alteration in brain structure by preadolescence.
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Friend or Foe? How Mice Decide to Make Love or War

Neuroscience News - 23 Sep 2022 18:32
Friend or Foe? How Mice DecideThe neural circuitry that connects olfactory information about another mouse's sex to decision-making in the brain determines the behavioral outcome as to whether aggression or affection is expressed.
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Uncovering the Key ProcessThe loss of blood flow autoregulation caused by diabetes is the result of the disruption of the TRPV2 protein. Even in the absence of diabetes, disrupted blood flow autoregulation causes damage... closely resembling that seen in diabetic retinopathy.
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Nine sources of vitamin C toMix up your diet with these these tasty sources of vitamin C
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How an Addicted Brain Works

Neuroscience News - 23 Sep 2022 17:54
How an Addicted Brain WorksAddiction occurs as a result of the reward system becoming overwhelmed in a way that leads to chronic and permanent alterations in the brain.
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Strong Link Between Gut Bacteria and Metabolites

Neuroscience News - 23 Sep 2022 17:28
Strong Link Between GutStudy reveals a strong connection between certain bacteria residing in the gut and metabolites, small molecules found in the blood.
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Robot navigates indoors byMetal pipes beneath the floor provide enough local disturbance of Earth's magnetic field for an autonomous robot to work out where it is and navigate around a lab
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The Relationship BetweenUnderstanding how changes in the brain relate to changes in well-being is key to developing new targets for the treatment of mental health disorders.
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Chronic fatigue syndromeIn a study of more than 2300 people with chronic fatigue syndrome, 91 per cent had these genetic variants, in a discovery that could improve diagnosis and treatment
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Robot Sleeves for Kids With Cerebral Palsy

Neuroscience News - 23 Sep 2022 16:29
Robot Sleeves for Kids WithResearchers develop a low-cost "soft machine" robotic sleeve to assist children with cerebral palsy to control their arm movements.
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Brain Simultaneously ProcessesPeople automatically incorporate extralinguistic information into grammatical processing during verbal communication.
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Mysterious 'nightmare' sharkA deep-sea fisher in Australia recently reeled in a creepy-looking shark with bulging eyes and a human-like smile. Experts are unsure exactly which species it belongs to.
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Vertical farms are popping up everywhere from Pennsylvania to Dubai, most of them growing some sort of leafy green (and one growing mushroom fungus!). A farm in Iceland has taken a different... direction, both in terms of what it grows and how it's growing it. Vaxa Technologies is cultivating spirulina algae indoors, and a new […]
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Exercise on period: How theWe're talking exercise on periods - is it safe to do so? And how does it affect energy levels? Here's what science has to say
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Bowhead whales live longerWe may have discovered one of the key reasons for the extraordinary lifespans of bowhead whales, which can live for more than 200 years
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Do Synchronized Brains Predict Happy Marriages?

Neuroscience News - 23 Sep 2022 15:48
Do Synchronized Brains PredictCouples who reported greater satisfaction with their marriage had greater neural synchronization while watching video clips associated with marriage.
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Playing wind instrumentsThe riskiest instrument is the voice, at least when it comes to spreading viruses such as SARS-CoV2. Compared to breathing quietly, during singing or speaking infected people release more than 500... times particles into the air, which can contain viruses.
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