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    Neural plasticity depends on this long noncoding RNA’s journey from nucleus to synapse — ScienceDaily

    Making memories involves more than seeing friends or taking photos. The brain constantly adapts to new information and stores memories by building connections among neurons, called synapses. How neurons do this — reaching out arm-like dendrites to communicate with other neurons — requires a ballet of genes, signaling molecules, cellular scaffolding and protein-building machinery. A […] More

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    Behind the scenes of the Electron-Ion Collider, green accelerators that waste no energy, and chiral magnetic effect results debuting this summer — ScienceDaily

    When the Electron Ion Collider received the go-ahead in January 2020, it became the only new major accelerator in the works anywhere in the world. “All the stars aligned,” said Elke-Caroline Aschenauer, Brookhaven National Laboratory Staff Scientist and a leader in developing the EIC plans. “We have the technology to build this unique particle accelerator […] More

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    Wearable sensors that detect gas leaks — ScienceDaily

    Gas accidents such as toxic gas leakage in factories, carbon monoxide leakage of boilers, or toxic gas suffocation during manhole cleaning continue to claim lives and cause injuries. Developing a sensor that can quickly detect toxic gases or biochemicals is still an important issue in public health, environmental monitoring, and military sectors. Recently, a research […] More

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    Things to keep in mind while buying a gaming monitor

    For many who plan on building their own dream gaming PC rig or are looking to simply upgrade some components, the monitor is often one of the most overlooked parts. While the right processor, motherboard, GPU and RAM will give you that sweet spot of performance, it is crucial that you have a capable monitor […] More

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    Heart health of shift workers linked to body clock — ScienceDaily

    Working hours that deviate from an individual’s natural body clock are associated with greater cardiovascular risk, according to research presented at ESC Preventive Cardiology 2021, an online scientific congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC). “Our study found that for each hour the work schedule was out of sync with an employee’s body clock, […] More

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    New type of cell contributes to increased understanding of ALS — ScienceDaily

    The causes of the serious muscle disease ALS still remain unknown. Now, researchers at Karolinska Institutet and KTH Royal Institute of Technology, among others, have examined a type of cell in the brain blood vessels that could explain the unpredictable disease origins and dynamics. The results indicate a hitherto unknown connection between the nervous and […] More

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    Nvidia Resizable BAR Tested, Benchmarked

    Today we’re testing out the newly supported Resizable BAR feature on Nvidia GeForce GPUs by benchmarking an Asus ROG Strix RTX 3080 OC graphics card. Resizable BAR became part of the GPU performance conversation with the release of AMD’s Radeon RX 6000 series. AMD was touting a new feature called Smart Access Memory or SAM, […] More

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    Apple ProMotion: What is it and when could it come to iPhones?

    High refresh rate displays have become very common elements on Android devices, even budget ones. A 90Hz or 120Hz display can be today found on mid-range devices and flagship devices, while dedicated gaming Android phones even feature 144Hz panels. However, the feature is yet to reach the Apple iPhone lineup. However, the tech has been […] More

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    Scientists find brain’s immune cells form some plaques as a defense in Alzheimer’s, suggesting a new therapeutic direction — ScienceDaily

    One of the characteristic hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the buildup of amyloid-beta plaques in the brain. Most therapies designed to treat AD target these plaques, but they’ve largely failed in clinical trials. New research by Salk scientists upends conventional views of the origin of one prevalent type of plaque, indicating a reason why […] More

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    PlayStation 5’s latest update brings storage expansion, new social features

    Sony’s PlayStation 5 console recently got its first major update and along with it brought some neat new features and improvements. The new features include storage expansion and management along with some new social features for both the PS5 and PS4 consoles. Here are the changes explained. Storage expansion and management PS5 users will now […] More

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    Investigating heavy quark physics with the LHCb experiment — ScienceDaily

    A new review published in EPJ H by Clara Matteuzzi, Research Director at the National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN) and former tenured professor at the University of Milan, and her colleagues, examines almost three decades of the LHCb experiment — from its conception to operation at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) — documenting its […] More

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    Asus ZenBook Duo 14 review: A dual-screen laptop finally done right

    Dual-screen laptops have taken a long time coming, and while Asus’ last attempt was more of an experiment, the latest ZenBook Duo 14 seems pretty convincing when you know how to use it to the fullest. It feels a lot nicer to use as a daily driver, something the original dual-screen notebook lacked. The ZenBook […] More

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    Plastics could see a second life as biodegradable surfactants — ScienceDaily

    Scientists at the Institute for Cooperative Upcycling of Plastics (iCOUP), an Energy Frontier Research Center led by Ames Laboratory, have discovered a chemical process that provides biodegradable, valuable chemicals, which are used as surfactants and detergents in a range of applications, from discarded plastics. The process has the potential to create more sustainable and economically […] More

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    Apple iPhone 14 series could feature 48MP camera, support for 8K recording

    Apple’s iPhone lineup has been synonymous with good photography over the years. However, despite Android counterparts making the jump to much larger megapixel counts, the Apple iPhone has been shipping with 12MP sensors even today. The 12MP sensors take some of the best pictures on smartphones out there but lack the high megapixel count to […] More

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    Amazon Game Studios cancels Lord of the Rings game announced in 2019

    Amazon.com Inc’s video game division has cancelled an online role-playing game based on the fantasy series Lord of the Rings, which was announced in 2019, an Amazon spokeswoman said. The game had been in development at Amazon Game Studios alongside China-based Leyou Technologies Holdings, which was acquired by Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings in December. […] More

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    Samsung could be working on a tri-fold tablet with new S-Pen support

    While it wasn’t an easy way up, Samsung became the first smartphone maker to create a commercially available foldable smartphone back in 2019. Now, three hinged devices later, the brand has a dedicated Z lineup specifically for devices that can fold into half. However, one of Samsung’s next Z-series devices could is expected to be […] More

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    Harnessing the fusion power of the stars requires the control of plasma and a powerful diagnostic tool to analyse it — ScienceDaily

    As the world’s energy demands grow, so too does growing concern over the environmental impact of power production. The need for a safe, clean, and reliable energy source has never been clearer. Fusion power could fulfil such a need. A review paper published in EPJ H examines the 6-decade history of neutral particle analysis (NPA), […] More

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    Here’s what to expect at Apple’s ‘Spring loaded’ event

    Apple is holding an event Tuesday at the Steve Jobs Theater on its Apple Park campus, where it’s expected to make several announcements about upcoming products –the biggest of which is likely to be the arrival of new iMacs with a redesigned language. It may also introduce a new iPad Pro with a mini-LED display […] More

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