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Mathematical model revealed how the human brain processes visual information

Evolution wired human brains to act like supercomputers.

Scientists use quantum devices to slow chemical reactions by a factor of 100 billion

What happens in nature in femtoseconds observed in milliseconds?

An important step toward future 3D printing of human tissues

Researchers create “instruction manual” for cells.

Honeypot ant honey carries strong anti-microbial properties, research

Western science catches up with First Nations' medicinal use of ant honey.

The 36 million-year geological cycle that drives biodiversity

Tectonic movements change sea levels, potentially generating life-giving ecosystems.

The early universe was running in extremely slow motion

Result confirms time-dilation expectations of Einstein's general relativity.

A new technique reduces mouse damage to crops even during plagues

Mice are tricked to think there is no point digging for seeds.

Back pain is a global issue, affecting millions of people

Analysis can help to dispel common back pain myths.

Most detailed geological model of the Earth’s surface over the past 100 million years

The digital tool can help us understand the past, and predict Earth's future.

This protein in the lungs blocks SARS-CoV-2 infection

The receptor sticks to the virus and pulls it away from the target cells.

Are antidepressants for chronic pain effective?

A more thoughtful approach to prescribing for pain needed.

Using protein to heal scars left behind by heart attacks

New method could 'turn back the clock' on damaged heart tissue following heart attacks.

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