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Researchers Can Tell Whether You've "Clicked" With Someone in Conversation
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Researchers Can Tell Whether You've "Clicked" With Someone in Conversation

When two people are on the same page in a conversation, sometimes their minds just “click.” A new study has shown that this "clicking" isn't just a figure of speech.
Tracking the Path of Radioactive Cesium Through Fukushima's Ecosystem
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Tracking the Path of Radioactive Cesium Through Fukushima's Ecosystem

The first steps have been taken to understand the dynamics of radioactive cesium within the forest-stream ecosystems of Fukushima.
“Decoy” Protein Effective Against SARS-CoV-2 Variants in Mouse Study
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“Decoy” Protein Effective Against SARS-CoV-2 Variants in Mouse Study

According to a study, a drug treatment that acts as a decoy against SARS-CoV-2 was highly effective at preventing death and lung damage in humanized animal models of severe COVID-19 disease.
Putting on a Smile Doesn't Help Ease Distress
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Putting on a Smile Doesn't Help Ease Distress

A study from the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Social Sciences has revealed the limitations of manipulating emotional responses to counter distressing moments.

Omicron Recognized by T Cells From Previous Infection or Vaccination
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Omicron Recognized by T Cells From Previous Infection or Vaccination

Memory T cells generated after COVID-19 infection or mRNA vaccination are able to recognize the omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2.
Oestrogen Hormones Help Develop a Sense of Smell, Shows Fish Study
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Oestrogen Hormones Help Develop a Sense of Smell, Shows Fish Study

A study has shown that steroid estrogens play an important role as embryos develop a sense of smell.
Researchers Put Volunteers in a Haunted House To Study Threat Response
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Researchers Put Volunteers in a Haunted House To Study Threat Response

Dilated pupils, sweating, and a rapid heartbeat are some of the responses that people experience when faced with a threat. New research used the immersive experience of a haunted house to reveal that these responses differ depending on the social context and other factors.
Cheaper EEG Device Could Drive "Home Lab" Movement
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Cheaper EEG Device Could Drive "Home Lab" Movement

Scientists have developed a device for recording brain activity that is more compact and affordable than the solutions currently on the market.
Targeting Bone Cells To Stop Blood Cancers
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Targeting Bone Cells To Stop Blood Cancers

To stop acute myeloid leukemia, targeting neighboring bone cells could be a better strategy than directly targeting the cells that give rise to the disease.
Living Kombucha Water Filters Offer Many Advantages Over Conventional Filters
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Living Kombucha Water Filters Offer Many Advantages Over Conventional Filters

Living filtration membranes grown from kombucha cultures are shown to be more resistant to clogging and biofouling, making them more efficient and less expensive for filtering water than conventional ones.
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