Monday, May 23, 2022

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Tool to view an unprecedented view of brain cell activity

First ever seeing brain activity on such a massive scale.

Scientists unraveled the secrets of Spider’s web

Johns Hopkins researchers first document every step of spider-web building.

New but now extinct species of ancient ground-dwelling sloth discovered

The study advances the evolutionary history of the slow-moving mammals that now live only in trees.

New research unveiled structures deep inside the Earth

Most of what we know about the interior of the Earth comes from the study of seismic waves from earthquakes. These waves contain vital...

Photoacoustic imaging technique for safer heart procedures

Scientists at the Johns Hopkins University comes with evidence that an imaging technique that is expected to replace current methods that require potentially harmful...

A new lens-free ultra-miniaturized endoscope

New ultra-miniaturized scope less invasive, produces higher quality images.

This new flexible lithium-ion battery can withstand extreme conditions

Building on previous work, researchers at APL appear to have corrected the ubiquitous energy source's most significant safety hazard—its combustibility.

Superconducting material could someday power quantum computer

Certain superconducting material contains special properties that could be the building blocks for the technology of the future.

Dark matter may have existed before the big bang, study

Testing the origin of dark matter by observing the signatures dark matter leaves on the distribution of matter in the universe.

Rewards may actually mask true knowledge

Performance on cognitive tasks during learning is used to measure knowledge, yet it remains controversial since such testing is susceptible to contextual factors. To...

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