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Wednesday, January 4, 2023
Movement throttles insulin production
The figure shows the relationships between movement and regulation of the insulin-producing cells in the fruit fly. Illustration Credit: San...
Tuesday, January 3, 2023
Chip Circuit for Light Could Be Applied to Quantum Computations
Future versions of the new photonic circuits will feature low-loss waveguides—the channels through which the single photons travel--some 3 m...
Researchers Demonstrate New Strain Sensors in Health Monitoring, Machine Interface Tech
Image Credit: Shuang Wu. Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a stretchable strain sensor that has an unprecedented...
Good hydration linked to healthy aging
NIH findings may provide early clues about increased risks for advanced biological aging and premature death. Photo Credit: engin akyurt Ad...
Females perform better than males on a ‘theory of mind’ test across 57 countries
Over the decades, many independent research studies have found that females on average score higher than males on theory of mind tests Photo...
Fewer moths, more flies
Insects such as the bumblebee hoverfly Volucella bombylans appear much less frequently than before. Photo Credit: Carolien van Oijen The co...
Monday, January 2, 2023
Self-assembling proteins can store cellular “memories”
MIT engineers have devised a way to induce cells to inscribe the history of cellular events in a long protein structure that can be imaged u...
Sunday, January 1, 2023
Good and bad feelings for brain stem serotonin
An illustration of the facial expression changes in mice following stimulation and inhibition of the median raphe nucleus Image Credit: Yu O...
A glimpse of a cell’s sense of touch
Confocal image of the presomitic mesoderm of a zebrafish embryo. N-cadherin adhesion molecules are shown (they appear black because the imag...
Russian Scientists Learned to Create Analogues of Space Ice
Astronomers from Ural Federal University have grown ice in a vacuum installation. Photo Credit: Aldebaran S Employees of the Ural Federal Un...
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