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The adage that once you’ve been in shape, it’s easier to get fit again could be a myth:
Jeremy Freeman is a young neuroscientist with an eye for design. Meet @thefreemanlab #SN10
Lawrence David of @dukecgb tracked his microbiome for a year. See the visualizations: #SN10
The brain's physical structure may help guide its wiring:
A new galactic atlas provides distances to roughly 2 million stars:
Evolutionary geneticist Aneil Agrawal takes a two-worlds approach to biology. #SN10
“If you can see it, you can start to understand it,” says scientist Qian Chen. #SN10
An ancient climate simulation predicts people left Africa 80,000-100,000 years ago.…
iPhones, robots and more: How oceanographer Melissa Omand tracks ocean carbon. #SN10
An aesthetic mind: Brain scientist Jeremy Freeman cuts through the clutter. #SN10
What’s a stellar archaeologist? Let @annafrebel, one of the #SN10, explain.
A subsurface ocean on Pluto could be over 100 kilometers thick.
This @dukecgb computational biologist's research was inspired by a Jim Carrey movie.
Endurance training leaves no memory in muscles.
Muscles don’t have long-term memory for exercises like running, biking and swimming.
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Where does @realDonaldTrump stand on public health and medical research?
Researchers have digitally unwrapped and read an ancient Hebrew scroll…
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