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Invisible Ink and AI Form an Uncrackable Code
News   May 06, 2021

Researchers looking to improve the security of coded messages have printed complexly encoded data with normal ink and a carbon nanoparticle-based invisible ink, requiring both UV light and a computer that has been taught the code to reveal the correct messages.

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Restricting the Growth and Spread of Head and Neck Cancers
News   May 06, 2021

Researchers have discovered that CD276 allows cancer stem cells to bypass the body's natural immune defenses, spurring the growth and spread of head and neck squamous cell cancers.

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Mantis Shrimp Eyes Inspire Imaging Technique for Cancer Surgery
News   May 06, 2021

Researchers have developed an imaging approach inspired by the mantis shrimp that can visualize cancer cells during surgery.

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Flat-Packed Pasta – A More Sustainable Way To Enjoy Your Penne?
News   May 05, 2021

In a new study published in Science Advances, researchers from the Morphing Matter Lab at Carnegie Mellon University present "flat-packed pasta" that morphs into the shape of "traditional pasta" when it is cooked.

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2021 Gruber Neuroscience Prize Awarded to Hearing Loss and Autism Pioneers
News   May 05, 2021

The 2021 Gruber Neuroscience Prize has been awarded to neuroscientists Christine Petit of the Institut Pasteur and Christopher A. Walsh of Harvard Medical School, for their groundbreaking work in revealing the genetic and molecular mechanisms behind the development of inherited neurodevelopmental disorders.

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How Does Sensitivity Change the Brain?
News   May 05, 2021

Scientists used fMRIs to study sensory processing sensitivity and have shown that depth of processing is a cardinal feature of high sensitivity.

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Nearly Half of Partners of People With Schizophrenia Have a Mental Disorder Too
News   May 05, 2021

A new study suggests that almost half of the parents who have children together with a parent with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, are themselves burdened by psychological issues

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Gene Switches Could Turn Early Birds Into Night Owls
News   May 05, 2021

Researchers have identified a set of genes, called clock genes, that control circadian rhythms, the natural process that governs sleep and waking patterns in humans, animals, and plants.

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Harmful Pollutants Released From Disposable Face Masks
News   May 05, 2021

Scientists have uncovered that potentially dangerous chemical pollutants are released from disposable face masks when submerged in water.

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Complex Photon Shapes Could Lead to Enhanced Quantum Technology
News   May 05, 2021

Researchers have demonstrated how two interfering photons can bunch into various shapes. These complex shapes are beneficial for quantum technologies, such as performing fast photonic quantum computations and safe data transfer. The method opens new possibilities also for creating enhanced measurement and sensing techniques.

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