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Human Brain and Cosmic Web Remarkably Similar

Neuronal and galaxy networks are remarkably similar, according to an astrophysicist and neuroscientist team. Both structures are also more alike to each other than either one is to the interior of a neuronal body or the…

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Some Genes Active for Days After Death

Death is supposed to be the final swan song. New research, though, shows that in cells throughout the body hundreds of genes keep “singing” for days after death of the physical body. These genes remain active…

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Everything Only Looks Like a Thing: Neil Theise

Neil Theise is Professor of Pathology and of Medicine at Mount Sinai and a leader in the fields of liver diseases, liver stem cells, and adult stem cell plasticity. In this interview he talks about complexity…

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Cerebrospinal Fluid, The Medium of the Spirit: Mauro Zappaterra

Harvard-trained physician Mauro Zappaterra describes how he brings his training in alternative therapies, such as Polarity Therapy and Reiki, to his physical medicine rehabilitation practice, and reports on some of the fascinating and pioneering discoveries of…

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Our Astonishing Cerebrospinal Fluid: Mauro Zappaterra

Harvard-trained physician Mauro Zappaterra describes how he brings his training in alternative therapies, such as Polarity Therapy and Reiki, to his physical medicine rehabilitation practice, and reports on some of the fascinating and pioneering discoveries of…

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Tinker, Tailor . . . Biohacker

by Tony Kendrew Do you sometimes wonder just how far biotech should go? Perhaps you worry now and then about the possibilities, the consequences, the dangers? Even feel a bit smug that you probably won’t be…

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Emotions Shape Our Physical Reality

Many people say you are what you eat, but new research suggests that, when it comes to your DNA, you are what you feel. In recent years scientists have been exploring the effects that stress and…

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Turning the Microscopic World Into Art

by Shawn Radcliffe Without a microscope, the microbial world is invisible to us, as it had been for thousands of year before Dutch scientist Antonie van Leeuwenhoek first observed bacteria with his handcrafted microscope. Even today,…

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