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Researchers pinpoint origin of sighing reflex in the brain

Discovery could benefit patients with breathing disorders

“You must remember this: a kiss is just a kiss, a sigh is just a sigh.”

Contrary to the words immortalized by the piano singer in “Casablanca,” a sigh is far more than a sigh. 778 more words


Advanced Nanospectroscopy

Advanced Nanospectroscopy

Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP, Curator


Graphene Enables Nanoelectromechanical Systems Integration


BARCELONA, Spain, Jan. 21, 2016 — Combining nanoelectromechanical (NEMS) systems with on-chip optics holds promise as a method to actively control light at the nanoscale, and now a hybrid system has overcome the challenges of integrating such nanoscale devices with optical fields thanks to the material graphene. 975 more words

Bio Instrumentation In Experimental Life Sciences Research


For a long time, neuroscientists thought that human brain had born with a certain quantity of neurons for a lifetime, with a life cycle that didn’t have the ability to generate new. 349 more words


Blood: The blueprint to control brain?

Blood: Neurons calling, I must go

Blood ebbs and flows throughout the body, carrying various hormones and nutrients and catering to the needs of the entire body. 1,066 more words