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Lori Andrews assesses Henry Greely's treatise on how technology will oust reproductive intimacy.
During learning, cells in the crow brain acquire discharge patterns that associate pictures with their meaning.
(Nature) – In The End of Sex and the Future of Human Reproduction, lawyer and bioethicist Henry Greely does an enviable job of explaining the scientific underpinnings and legal regulation of cur...
As a junior in college around the turn of the century, Qi Zhang wanted to know how proteins worked. He wanted to see them work. He wanted to see how these ingenious little engines folded to perform a ...
After looking at pictures of friends and family on holiday cards, head on over to check out some more pictures in the Microscopy and Imaging channel. These are just some of the wonderful articles that...
CAR-T is a groundbreaking personalized cancer therapy with tremendous potential to drive the patient’s own immune cells to specifically target and kill cancer cells. Because the development of this ...
FDA says it has the authority to take photographs during facility inspections, citing decades-old non-medical-device-related legal cases as evidence – including Dow Chemical Co. v. US – but indust...
MCLEAN, Va., Feb. 24, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Novetta, a leader in advanced analytics technology, today announced Operation Blockbuster, a Novetta-led effort to identify, understand and disrupt the ...
Vaginal HIV transmission accounts for the majority of new infections worldwide. Currently, multiple efforts to prevent HIV transmission are based on pre-exposure prophylaxis with various antiretrovira...
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In line with the assumption that emotional-motivational deficits are one core dysfunction in ADHD, in one of our previous studies we observed a reduced reactivity towards pleasant pictures in adult AD...
Three studies are reported investigating how monolinguals and bilinguals resolve within-language competition when listening to isolated words. Participants saw two pictures that were semantically-rela...
We are sensitive to valence intensity in negative emotional stimuli, but not positive stimuli, a phenomenon known as the valence intensity effect. However, whether this valence intensity effect is pro...