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One in three young people stayed happier during lockdown

Potential contributing factors include feeling less lonely, and getting more sleep and exercise.

New 3D-printed, self-healing materials made from jelly and salt

The low-cost jelly-like materials can sense strain, temperature, and humidity.

New 2D material could store quantum information at room temperature

The material can emit single photons from atomic-scale defects in its structure at room temperature.

A fully woven, smart display

A 46-inch woven display with smart sensors, energy harvesting, and storage integrated directly into the fabric.

Live cells in human breast milk could help breast cancer research

Offering insight into the relationship between pregnancy, lactation, and breast cancer.

‘Dark Genome’ offers clues to treatment of Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder

The study opens up huge potential for new druggable targets.

Converting invisible infrared into visible light

Colour-changing magnifying glass gives clear view of infrared light.

Newly developed super jelly can withstand elephant standing on it

A jelly-like material that can survive being run over by a car.

A new technology for next-generation composite glass

Cracked and blurry phone screens could someday be a thing of the past.

Scientists found the cause of Alzheimer’s disease progression

This research shows the value of working with human data instead of imperfect animal models.

Results at CERN boost evidence for new fundamental physics

Further hints for phenomena that cannot be explained by our current theory of fundamental physics.

A new phase of matter unraveled

Back to basics approach.

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