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Hazy skies unveiled: Scientists simulate conditions on water-rich exoplanets

Alien haze, cooked in a lab, clears view to distant water worlds.

Is hydrogel the future of more convenient HIV treatment?

Creating long-lasting antiretroviral injectables with smart drug design.

Scrambler therapy can relieve chronic pain

Scrambler therapy is a noninvasive pain treatment.

People can hear the sound of silence

The sound of silence?

Deaf mice with auditory circuitry has significant implications for cochlear implants

Spontaneous activity of cochlear cells allows normal development, and its later absence leads to deafness

Heart research to improve astronauts’ quality of life in space

As soon as astronauts arrive in microgravity, blood, and other body fluids are pushed "upward" from the legs and abdomen toward the heart and...

Study highlights how amino acids shaped the genetic code of ancient microorganisms

Scientists gain insights into how amino acids shaped the genetic code of ancient microorganisms.

Scientists generated a lab-grown human tissue model for food tube cancer

A potential therapeutic target for gastroesophageal junction cancer.

A new map of the universe displays the entire known cosmos

The map allows you to scroll through the universe.

Webb revealed the surprising formation of a massive galaxy cluster

Astronomers looking into the early Universe have made a surprising discovery using the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope. Webb's spectroscopic capabilities, combined with its...

Can obesity and stress influence appetite?

It’s all in your head.

The mystery of the Hall effect in a Weyl antiferromagnet unveiled

An advance in the use of antiferromagnetic materials in memory storage devices.

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