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Eye movements are interesting for a number of reasons - they are important for visual perception, we only see fine detailed information when the eyes point directly at a location; we make more eye mov
Superconducting materials, which transmit power resistance-free, are found to perform optimally when high- and low-charge density varies on the nanoscale level, according to research performed at the
Being emotionally receptive can reduce sleep disruptions and help infants and toddlers sleep better. Penn State researchers
A long-exposure Hubble Space Telescope image shows a majestic face-on spiral galaxy located deep within the Coma Cluster of galaxies, which lies 320 million light-years away the northern constellation
an enormous chunk of ice, roughly 97 square miles (251 square kilometers) in size, broke off the Petermann Glacier, along the northwestern coast of Greenland. The Canadian Ice Service detected
Genetic differences that make some people susceptible to developing meningococcal meningitis and septicaemia, and others naturally immune, are revealed in a new study of over 6,000 people, published
A cooperative online game that puts volunteer “gamers” to work folding proteins has attracted 50,000 players whose distributed thinking has, in some cases, proven more powerful than computers in
Researchers for the first time have induced robust regeneration of nerve tissue connections in injured adult spinal cord sites that control voluntary movement. These findings provide hope that it may