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Artist’s impression of the TRAPPIST-1 planetary system (European Southern Observatory)
Scientists can now decipher the neural signals in the brain that codes for faces.
Bacteria in the gut of mice are engineered to diagnose inflammation by turning an enzyme in their poop blue.
The planets orbiting Trappist-1 now have music for their gravitational dance.
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