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Building artificial nerve cells

For the first time, researchers demonstrate an artificial organic neuron, a nerve cell, that can be integrated with a living plant and an artificial organic synapse. Both the neuron and the synapse are made from printed organic electrochemical transistors. On connecting to the carnivorous Venus flytrap, the electrical pulses from […]
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Tiny Hero, Big Map: Cell Atlas of a Fruit Fly

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Research network to tackle healthy ageing

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Physical activity may protect your brain as you age

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Discovery of novel brain fear mechanisms offers target for anxiety-reducing drugs

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Study finds drinking wine with meals may lower the risk of type 2 diabetes

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Circadian clock may protect aging eyes – a night and day difference

Fruit flies give insight into age-related changes in human vision. A team of researchers discovered the circadian clock plays a significant role in protecting eyes from retinal degeneration. The team studied fruit flies, which serve as a good model for the human retina. Vikki Weake, associate professor of biochemistry in […]
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Dementia patients struggle to cope with change because of damage to general intelligence brain networks

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Nanoparticle reduces skin and lung scarring for scleroderma, mouse study finds

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Researchers uncover how the human brain separates, stores, and retrieves memories