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A heavyweight candidate for dark matter

Looking at dark matter: this photo is a montage of several images and shows the colliding galaxy clusters collectively known as the “Bullet Cluster” (1E 0657-56). The galaxies visible in optical light in the background image are overlaid with X-rays ...

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A Promising Step in Returning Bipedal Mobility

A Promising Step in Returning Bipedal Mobility New research effort aims to help people walk again by combining exoskeletons with spinal stimulation. Engineers at Caltech have launched a new research initiative aimed at restoring natural and stable locomotion to individuals ...

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The Moral Mind

Weber and his lab developed MoNA, the Moral Narrative Analyzer, which promises to revolutionize the field. Photo Credit: René Weber The Moral Mind Researcher blazes the way in our understanding of moral sensibilities By Harrison Tasoff Moral framing is more ...

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Biomarkers indicate health in old age

Researchers have identified a set of biomarkers for health in old age in human blood. © Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing Biomarkers indicate health in old age Researchers can determine the disease vulnerability of older people using a ...

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Why We Need to Let Our Children Sleep

A young student asleep at school. (Getty Images) Why We Need to Let Our Children Sleep Dr. Jennifer Papa Kanaan Jennifer Papa Kanaan, M.D., is a pulmonary/critical care physician who specializes in child and adolescent sleep disorders at the UConn ...

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