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The mechanisms of food recognition and the link with BMI
«It can be considered an instance of ‘embodiment’ in which our brain interacts with our body». This is the comment made by Raffaella Rumiati, neuroscientist at SISSA in Trieste, on the results of research carried out by her group which reveals that the way we process different foods...read more
New research published in Scientific Reports
Parkinson’s disease and prion diseases are very different from each other as regards both origins and course....read more
A new study published in Physical Review Letters
Like in a nail-biting thriller full of escapes and subterfuge, photons from far-off light sources, such as blazars, could go up against a continuous exchange of identity in their journey through the Universe....read more
A new study published in PNAS
To move a nanoparticle on the surface of a graphene sheet, you won’t need a “nano-arm”: by applying a temperature difference at the ends of the membrane, the nanocluster laying on it will drift from the hot region to the cold one....read more

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