A new analysis suggests hundreds of millions more could eat from the same resources if we switched our diets
Weizmann Institute of Science
Physics and biology meet in a new model of brain development
Including “non-ideal” components in the designs may be key to functional artificial proteins
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Seeds from a site in Northern Israel are the ancestors of today's fava beans
Patients may overgeneralize their responses to stimuli, researchers find.
Self-assembling nanoparticles take their cues from their surroundings
A study on bats' flight pinpoints the neurons that tell us which way we are headed.
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