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Quantum Cat’s ‘Whiskers’

Researchers from Oxford University have turned the tables on the degrading receptiveness of quantum entangled systems. Conventional quantum sensors suffer from interference from their environment, but this novel version harnesses this sensitivity to measure incredibly weak magnetic fields. This new ...

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Understanding Dogs’ Barks

Researchers from Eotvos Lorand University in Hungary have published a new study suggesting a primitive communication system may unite virtually all mammals. The theory could help explain why previous research has shown that many mammals, including humans, understand the vocalizations ...

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Last Retinal Movement-Detecting Cell Discovered

Last Retinal Movement-Detecting Cell Discovered

In collaboration between high-energy physicists from the University of California in Santa Cruz, and neuroscientists from the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California, a ganglion cell in the retina of primates was found to react to movement. The cell was ...

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