Neuroscientists Have Followed a Thought as It Moves Through The Human BrainA study using epilepsy patients undergoing surgery has given neuroscientists an opportunity to track in unprecedented detail the movement of a thought through the human brain, all the way from inspiration to response.

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A blind man can perceive objects after a gene from algae was added to his eye: MIT Technology ReviewResearchers are trying to genetically re-engineer people’s retinas to restore vision.

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Pfizer and AstraZeneca jabs effective against Indian variant - studyThey are effective against symptomatic disease but protection is low after only one dose, a study says.

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Cornell researchers see atoms at record resolutionCornell researchers have topped their own record for atomic resolution with an electron microscope pixel array detector that incorporates sophisticated 3D reconstruction algorithms.

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Study: COVID-19 lockdowns led to 95K fewer air pollution-related deaths globallyBusiness closures and stay-at-home orders designed to stem the spread of COVID-19 cut deaths caused by air pollution by an estimated 95,000 globally in 2020, an analysis published Friday by Science Advances found.

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Study finds that narcissism is associated with entrepreneurial intention but not business successNew research published in the Journal of Business Venturing Insights sheds light on the relationship between narcissistic personality traits and ...

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New human coronavirus that originated in dogs identified. Discovery shows need to monitor animal viruses, researchers sayResearchers have identified and completed the genetic analysis of a newly discovered coronavirus – one that has evolved from a coronavirus that afflicts dogs to infect humans and may contribute to respiratory symptoms.The discovery of the first dog coronavirus found to have crossed over to infecting people underscores the treacherous nature of c...

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Belief in COVID-19 conspiracy theories linked to greater egotismCOVID-19 has become one of the defining global events of the decade. It has affected more lives than nearly any other phenomenon of the 20th century, and ...

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Erectile Dysfunction Risk 6 Times Higher in Men With COVIDStudies show COVID-19 increases the risk of developing erectile dysfunction (ED) by nearly six times.

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Newly Identified Species of Saber-Toothed Cat Was So Big It Hunted Rhinos in AmericaUsing detailed fossil comparison techniques, scientists have been able to identify a giant new saber-toothed cat species, Machairodus lahayishupup, which would have prowled around the open spaces of North America between 5 and 9 million years ago.

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Scientists turn silk into leather that's 3D printable and recyclableAs useful a material as leather is, growing it on the backs of cows isn’t the most environmentally friendly way to get it. Now, engineers at Tufts University have created a new leather-like material out of silk, which can be 3D printed into shape and easily recycled into new products as needed.

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Adolescence Intake of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Linked to Increased Risk of Early-onset Colon CancerOn top of the well-known adverse metabolic and health consequences of Sugar-sweetened beverages, our findings have added another reason to avoid sugar-sweetened beverages since earlier life stages.

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Genetically engineered grass cleanses soil of toxic pollutants left by military explosives, new research showsA team, which includes researchers from the University of Washington, demonstrated that over the course of three years, a genetically engineered switchgrass could break down an explosive chemical in...

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