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A mechanism for long term memory storage found

The study provide insights into the mechanistic basis of cognitive deficits in dementia.

Mosquito immune cells could shed light on the insect immune system

A better understanding of how these immune cells function.

Good news for wine and cheese lovers

The study indicates diet may help reduce cognitive decline.

A simple skin test can accurately identify Parkinson’s disease

Diagnosing Parkinson’s disease with skin samples could lead to earlier detection.

How disk galaxies evolve so smoothly?

A much deeper understanding of the physical processes that resolve this almost-50-year-old key problem.

A step towards more environmentally friendly paints and coatings

A new study shows that nanoparticles could be more environmentally friendly.

Liver dysfunction may lead to deterioration of the heart

A new study fills in a gap in how scientists comprehend the connections between heart health and different tissues and could inform the advancement...

Solving a 50-year-old puzzle in signal processing

The Fourier transform and its inverse appear in many natural phenomena and have numerous applications. The fast Fourier transform (FFT) and the inverse FFT...

Nearby Cocoon Galaxy has a rare double-nucleus structure

The system is about 20% the size of the Milky Way, located in the Northern Hemisphere and about 30 million light years from Earth.

Chameleon metals that change its surface structure in response to heat

Scientists found a way to use heat to predictably and precisely change the surface structure of a particle of liquid metal.

Developing machine learning tools to design better solar cells quickly and cheaply

The broader goal is to demonstrate that machine learning can help rapidly design all kinds of technologies.

More Americans struggle to fall asleep

If you have trouble sleeping, you’re not alone.

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