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Researchers Put a New Spin on Graphene Chips

Among the PC-plus polycarbonate candidate substances for future processor production is graphene, a sheet of carbon atoms arranged in hexagonal lattice. One hurdle to the usage of graphene as a semiconductor material in chips as…




Raising the Bar for Biomolecular Modeling

Researchers in the University of Calgary found that amino acid residues form a type of barrier to help in the method of electron transfer between proteins. “This raises the bar for biomolecular modeling,” says Dennis…



Babies see it coming

Do newborns just start to crawl once they may be physically in a position to determine danger coming? Or is it that because they’re more cellular, they acquire the aptitude sense looming risk? Their findings1…


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Where Am I? How Our Brain Works As A GPS Device

We’ve all experienced the feeling of not knowing where we are. Being disoriented is not pleasant, and it can even be scary, but luckily for most of us, this sensation is temporary. The brain employs…