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New rehab device helps stroke survivors increase arm exercises

Enabling stroke survivors with arm disabilities to do more training.

Predicting the outcome of reactions in a quick way

A quick way to create molecular cages could revamp the search for new materials.

Ancient origins of photosynthesis: Revealing the mysteries

Evolutionary ‘molecular clock’ experiment to reveal origins of photosynthesis.

Mars interior revealed for the first time

The results point to a cool, more sluggish early mantle.

Metal-based molecule inhibits the development of Alzheimer’s peptides

The molecule is non-toxic to human brain-like cells.

Singularities could violate the law of conservation of charge

Throwing an ‘axion bomb’ into a black hole challenges the fundamental law of physics.

Drug delivery nanocapsules could reduce existing treatment’s side effects

A powerful platform for developing clot-busting nanomedicines.

Digital wind tunnels could reduce costs and lead to improved designs of airplanes

Digital wind tunnels could help develop more fuel-efficient airplanes.

Study discloses how an antibiotic of ‘last resort’ kills bacteria

‘Last resort’ antibiotic pops bacteria like balloons.

Satellite images show how quickly clouds respond to aerosols emitted by ships

Ship tracks show how aerosols affect clouds fast and slow.

Study offers crucial insights into systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE)

Lupus clues from cellular 'power stations'.

CERN experiment found that beauty quarks not behaving in the way they should

The experiment challenges the leading theory in physics.

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