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What makes brain cells develop in a specific order?

A study of the visual system of fruit flies reveals factors regulating neuron development.

A mysterious, new type of wave discovered in the Sun

Equatorially antisymmetric vorticity waves.

The spines of Neandertals may explain our back-related ailments

What explains our lower back pain?

How do plants build a sugar transport lane?

A tiny region at the root tip is responsible.

Mass extinctions of land-dwelling animals follow a 27-million-year cycle

Timing of mass extinctions lines up with asteroid impacts and massive volcanic eruptions.

New state of matter discovered

Breakthrough offers promise for enhanced storage and computation capabilities.

Scientists discover new type of magnet

A team of scientists at New York University has developed a new type of magnet -singlet-based magnet- that holds promise for enhancing the performance of...

Doing science rather than being scientists more encouraging to girls

Doing science shows greater persistence in science activities than asking them to be a scientist, especially in girls. This leads to more science engagement than...

The science behind blowing bubbles

Bubble Activities are just the best, aren’t they? They’re simple, inexpensive, and they never fail to fascinate and entertain. But there is a real science...

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