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Disrupted circadian clock poses a greater risk of retinal degeneration

A study of old flies offers new insight into retinal degeneration.

The brain’s secret to lifelong learning can now come as hardware for AI

When the human brain learns something new, it adapts. But when artificial intelligence learns something new, it tends to forget information it already learned. As...

A thermal switch to moderate heat of electronic devices

It functions as a resistor in an electrical circuit.

Spin-sonics: Acoustic wave gets the electrons spinning

Team of researchers first to demonstrate spin of nano-sonic wave

Phone’s dark mode doesn’t necessarily save much battery life

But there are a few ways that users can take better advantage of the feature.

COVID-19 triggers a biochemical pathway in the lungs

New insights into the immune response to SARS-CoV-2 infections could bring better treatments for COVID-19 cases.

A novel form of a drug to treat osteoporosis

A novel form of a drug used to treat osteoporosis that comes with the potential for fewer side effects may provide a new option for patients.

Developing 3D photodetectors for biomedical imaging

Innovation spins spider web architecture into 3D imaging technology.

New testing platform for breast cancer cells

A novel testing platform to evaluate how breast cancer cells respond to the recurrent stretching.

Strongest evidence yet of the existence of abelian anyons

The strongest case to date for the existence of quasiparticles.

Teleportation is possible in the quantum world

Teleportation has been demonstrated in many experimental quantum information processing platforms, and it is an essential tool for quantum error correction, measurement-based quantum computing,...

Intelligent concrete could enable highways and bridges to repair themselves

With an idea is to make infrastructure adaptive, sustainable, and resilient, scientists at Purdue University are developing a technology called Intelligent concrete that would...

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