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The vanishing plastic of the deep
Nearly eight million tons of plastic is missing from our oceans. Where did it go?
A sound way to save lives
Could sound waves bring us
smarter medical implants?
Cracking the mystery of cracks
These breakthroughs could lead to better batteries and tougher materials.
The science that set me free
This is the story of the neurosurgery
that changed my life.
Rat brains could hold the secret to
cars and robots
Froot Loops + rat brains =
self-driving cars with a better sense of direction? Maybe so!
We aren’t born fearing snakes and spiders.
So why do creepy-crawlies turn
creepy as we age?
An autism-friendly visit
This comprehensive program makes clinic and hospital experiences
easier for patients with autism.
As memories fade, can we
back to life?
Electrostimulation could restore a
70-year-old’s working memory to
that of a 20-year-old.