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Your eyes and ears talk with each other, study

Scientists know what they’re saying.

A speech prosthetic translates a person’s brain signals into speech

Brain implant that may enable communication from thoughts alone.

New antibiotic shows promise against drug-resistant superbugs

LPC-233: A new antibiotic against drug-resistant bacteria.

Pancreatic Cancer: Fungus not a significant driver, research finds

A new study challenges the link between fungus and pancreatic cancer.

A new ML model can identify mild cognitive impairment from retinal scans

A non-invasive and inexpensive method of identifying the early signs of cognitive impairment.

How and why do temperatures determine the sex of turtles?

Warmer temperatures improve turtle motherhood.

Microbes could be used to predict climate change

Early distress signals can help plankton avoid a carbon tipping point.

Sharpest images ever captured of a mouse brain

Brain images just got 64 million times sharper.

Study figured out what ancient humans might have been able to smell

Duke lab built Neanderthal and Denisovan smell receptors and tested them in a dish.

New research shows how glassfrogs achieve transparency

The work could lead to new avenues of research tied to blood clots.

Scientists used DNA to create tiny rounded objects

Designing with DNA.

A small glowing protein allows peering into living tissues

Proteins that emit longer wavelengths of near-infrared light help create detailed, hi-res biomedical images.

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