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NASA’s IRIS Sends First Amazing Close-up Photos Paperblog Pick in Science

NASA’s IRIS Sends First Amazing Close-up Photos of the Sun

Left- Solar Dynamics Observatory’s view. Right – IRIS’s view of the SunBack in June NASA sent out the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS) satellite to take a look at... Read more

Scientists Plant False Memory Mouse Mind Paperblog Pick in Science

Scientists Plant False Memory in Mouse Mind

In a mind-control experiment that demonstrates the strengths of new neuroscience tools, Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers planted a false memory in the mind of a... Read more

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