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Scientists image brain drainage in mice and humans

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Scientists modeled the complete process of the collision of a black hole with a neutron star

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India’s AstroSat witnessing the ‘live’ formation of dwarf galaxies

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A novel insight into the relationship between certain types of neural connections and consciousness

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Growth differences during twin pregnancy have an effect later in life

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Methanol biotransformation enables effective fatty acid production

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Another byproduct of aging: Hypermutations in the brain

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Study reveals significant variations in monkeypox symptoms between current and past outbreaks

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New stamp-sized ultrasound stickers that can see inside the body

Ultrasound is widely used for the noninvasive imaging of tissues and organs. However, this method requires close contact between the transducer and the target area. Plus, ultrasound imaging requires bulky and specialized equipment. But a new design by MIT engineers might make the technology wearable and accessible. Scientists have developed a wearable ultrasound imaging device–

A New Antarctica study shows that levels of toxic chemicals increased markedly

Perfluoroalkyl acids (PFAAs) are synthetic chemicals with various industrial and consumer applications that are now widely distributed globally. Also known as toxic ‘fluorinated forever chemicals,’ these chemicals do not break down naturally in the environment. A new study offers evidence that the levels of ‘forever chemicals’ have increased markedly in the remote environment of Antarctica

An approach to quantum key distribution based on high-quality quantum entanglement

Remarkably, quantum key distribution protocols such as the Bennett–Brassard scheme provide information-theoretic security. However, quantum protocols realized so far are subject to a new class of attacks exploiting a mismatch between the quantum states or measurements implemented and their theoretical modeling, as demonstrated in numerous experiments. For the first time, an international team of scientists

Ancient genomes from the herpes virus uncovered and sequenced for the first time

Human herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1), a life-long infection spread by oral contact, infects most adults globally. It commonly causes lip sores. Following primary infection, the virus becomes latent in sensory neurons. The virus can reactivate when triggered by psychological or physiological stress, resulting in recurrent labial lesions. The latest research by an international team

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