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Songbird Forebrain Circuits Mirror Those Seen in Mammals
News   May 14, 2021

Neuroscientists have examined neurons in a songbird's forebrain and have discovered a landscape of physiology, auditory coding and network roles that mirrored those in the brains of mammals.

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Zona Incerta Is Identified as the Site of Curiosity in the Brain
News   May 14, 2021

Researchers have discovered a new brain circuit underlying curiosity and novelty-seeking behavior.

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To Prevent Another Pandemic, Air Must Be Regulated Like Food and Water
News   May 14, 2021

Researchers say that the air we breathe inside buildings needs to be more highly regulated to reduce disease transmission and prevent the next pandemic.

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A Zest for Life: Eating More Fruit and Vegetables Linked to Lower Stress
News   May 14, 2021

According to new research, eating a diet rich in fruit and vegetables is associated with less stress.

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Delaying Second COVID-19 Vaccine Dose May Prevent Deaths, Under Certain Conditions
News   May 14, 2021

A study has found that delaying the second dose of covid-19 vaccines, at least for people aged under 65, could result in up to 20% lower mortality, but only under certain conditions.

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Mass-Farming of Kelp, Maggots and Mycoprotein Essential To Combat Malnutrition
News   May 14, 2021

Researchers suggest state-of-the-art, controlled-environment systems, producing novel foods can reduce vulnerability to environmental changes, pests and diseases.

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Newly-Identified Brain Circuits Helps Find Our Place in the World
News   May 14, 2021

A new study reveals that three regions of the brain in the posterior cerebral cortex, which the researchers call "place-memory areas," form a link between the brain's perceptual and memory systems.

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Researchers Discover How Lizards Breathe Underwater
News   May 14, 2021

A team of evolutionary biologists from the University of Toronto has shown that Anolis lizards, or anoles, are able to breathe underwater with the aid of a bubble clinging to their snouts.

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How Does AI "Think"? New Method Attempts To Find Answers
News   May 14, 2021

Artificial intelligence (AI) learning machines can be trained to solve problems on their own. But often, researchers do not know what rules the machines make for themselves. Researchers developed a new method that quizzes a machine-learning program to figure out what rules it learned on its own and if they are the right ones.

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Skin-Patch Vaccine for Dengue Fever Successful in Preclinical Models
News   May 14, 2021

A dengue virus vaccine candidate has shown promising results in animal models, producing a protective immune response in dengue-infected mice.

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