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Congratulations to our R. Bryan Miller Symposium 2021 Award Winners!

Congratulations to our R. Bryan Miller Symposium 2021 Award Winners!

Thank you for your dedication to excellence!

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  • A new study reveals that marine cyanobacteria communicate June 6, 2024
    A breakthrough study changes the way we understand cyanobacteria, which are essential for the sustenance of life. The study shows that these organisms do not operate in isolation, but rather physically interact through membrane-nanotubes, which function as exchange bridges between cells.
  • Younger children in school year are more commonly diagnosed with ADHD than their older classmates, says new study June 6, 2024
    New research has found that teachers may be attributing signs of age-related immaturity in children, to conditions such as Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The results of the study showed that the youngest students in a class, with birth dates just before the school entry cut-off date, were overrepresented among children receiving […]
  • Researchers upend theory about the formation of the Milky Way Galaxy June 6, 2024
    Research reveals a shocking discovery about the history of our universe: the Milky Way Galaxy's last major collision occurred billions of years later than previously thought.
  • Exotic black holes could be a byproduct of dark matter June 6, 2024
    In the first quintillionth of a second, the universe may have sprouted microscopic black holes with enormous amounts of nuclear charge, MIT physicists propose. The gravitational pull from these tiny, invisible objects could potentially explain all the dark matter that we can't see today.
  • People feel more connected to 'tweezer-like' bionic tools that don't resemble human hands June 6, 2024
    Some say the next step in human evolution will be the integration of technology with flesh. Now, researchers have used virtual reality to test whether humans can feel embodiment -- the sense that something is part of one's body -- toward prosthetic 'hands' that resemble a pair of tweezers. They report that participants felt an […]

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