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How does our brain recognize familiar faces even when they become indistinct?

There's nothing quite like seeing a familiar face to give you a sense of familiarity. However, scientists have struggled to explain how...

B.1.1.529: How serious a threat it may pose to the world

All you need to know about B.1.1.529 - New COVID variant found in South Africa What distinguishes the new...

Time moving forward and backward may blur in quantum mechanics, says new study

A new study shows how quantum systems can evolve simultaneously along with two opposing time arrows - both forward and backward in...

How Man Utd might line up under new boss Ralf Rangnick, who wants to apply his own style

Following the firing of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the 63-year-old German is on the verge of being named as Manchester United's new interim...

Ralf Rangnick’s statement on Erling Haaland joining Manchester United as new boss

Ralf Rangnick, the soon-to-be interim manager of Manchester United, failed to sign Norwegian sensation Erling Haaland during his former post as sporting...

This is how vaccinated people spread COVID-19

A crucial factor in the pandemic's future trajectory will be the role of vaccinated people in the transmission, as global vaccination coverage...

A new self-healing glass-like supramolecular polymer networks

With 80% water content, you'd expect it to pop like a water balloon, but it holds together and withstands massive compressive stresses.

Study uncovers a new way to predict and treat Metastatic melanoma early

How tumors control their surroundings in order to advance is a long-standing mystery that scientists from all around the world have been...

Whiskey expert terrified of losing his sense of smell and taste continues to live isolated

31-year-old whisky connoisseur Blair Bowman began restricting his activities in February 2020 and has remained in lockdown longer than the rest of...

Lactobacillus apis, gut bacteria found in bees, improves memory

A team of scientists has discovered a sort of gut bacteria, known as Lactobacillus apis, in bees that improves memory.

‘Magic wand’ a new nanoscopy tool reveals a colorful nano-world

Like a Hogwarts student practicing the Wand-Lighting Charm "Lumos" spell, it keeps the light at the end of a silver nanowire and...

Those who are trying to lose weight should stock up on dark chocolate, says British doctor

Chocolate with a cocoa content of at least 75% offers a multitude of health benefits and is ideal for weight loss.
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