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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

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Advanced Nanospectroscopy

Advanced Nanospectroscopy

Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP, Curator

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Graphene Enables Nanoelectromechanical Systems Integration

http://www.photonics.com/Article.aspx?AID=58224&refer=Spectroscopy&utm_source=Spectroscopy_2016_02_03

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

CHANGING BRAIN

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

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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

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