Promising Biomaterial To Built Better Bones With 3-D Printing
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Promising Biomaterial To Built Better Bones With 3-D Printing

A Northwestern University research team has developed a 3-D printable ink that produces a synthetic…

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Two new studies uncover key players responsible for learning and memory formation
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Two new studies uncover key players responsible for learning and memory formation

One of the most fascinating properties of the mammalian brain is its capacity to change…

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Scientists identify neurons devoted to social memory
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Scientists identify neurons devoted to social memory

Mice have brain cells that are dedicated to storing memories of other mice, according to…

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Game Theory Researchers Find People to be Naturally Predisposed to “Freeloading”
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Game Theory Researchers Find People to be Naturally Predisposed to “Freeloading”

A new paper, recently published in the journal Games and Economic Behaviour, finds that most…

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Algorithm could enable visible-light-based imaging for medical devices, autonomous vehicles
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Algorithm could enable visible-light-based imaging for medical devices, autonomous vehicles

MIT researchers have developed a technique for recovering visual information from light that has scattered…

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Motion-directed robots on a micro scale
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Motion-directed robots on a micro scale

Phototactic behaviour directs some bacteria towards light and others into darkness: This enables them to…

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Grief or Unprofessionalism? Most doctors attend funeral of their patients
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Grief or Unprofessionalism? Most doctors attend funeral of their patients

Death of is always surrounded by sadness and stress of people who knew the person.…

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Random DNA + high-tech math = ‘universal microbial diagnostic’
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Random DNA + high-tech math = ‘universal microbial diagnostic’

Rice University scientists have invented a technology that could potentially identify hundreds of bacterial pathogens…

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Decoys quietly contribute to genetic networks
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Decoys quietly contribute to genetic networks

Decoys in DNA may serve a larger purpose than drug designers suspect, according to Rice…

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One-eyed robot learns to see in weightlessness
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One-eyed robot learns to see in weightlessness

Stereo camera on ISS drone A small drone taught itself to judge distances using only…

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