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Novel membrane reveals water molecules will bounce off a liquid surface If you understand the correct behavior of water condensation or evaporation at the nanoscale, you can control the humidity of the fuel cell and maintain good performance all the time.”

Novel membrane reveals water molecules will bounce off a liquid surface

Panzee, a chimpanzee at the Language Research Center at Georgia State.

Chimpanzees Can Play Video Games Better Than Kindergartners

Panzee, a chimpanzee at the Language Research Center at Georgia State.

Cheating is a behavior not limited to humans, animals and plants. Even microscopically small, single-celled algae do it, a team of University of Arizona researchers has discovered.

They hunt, they kill, they cheat: Single-celled algae shed light on social lives of microbes

Researchers cast light on the social lives of microbes. Science Daily — Cheating is a behavior not limited to humans, animals and pl.

Managing Sleeplessness with Brief Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia

Managing Sleeplessness with Brief Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia

Treatment For Insomnia, Briefs

Study examines the neural processes behind depressive ruminations and the idling brain

TMS: Magnetic Therapy 'Resets' Depressed Brains ~ Transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS, may just be the next step in curing depression, and can possibly be used as an alternative to antidepressant medications.

Edinger-Westphal neurons in culture. Stained for Tubulin (green) and Synapsin (red).

Discovery of Quantum Vibrations Inside Brain Neurons Supports Controversial Theory of Consciousness post image

Many people use the terms “religious” and “spiritual” interchangeably, but studies show that they affect our wellness in markedly different ways. There is a difference between managing your outward behavior and managing your inward emotions, and both affect your soul.  Interestingly, the w

How Religion and Spirituality Affect Our Health

Better Living through Behavioral and Social Sciences

Better Living through Behavioral and Social Sciences

Does our solar system's pantheon of moons stand alone, or do so-called 'exomoons' exist in other planetary systems? The search is ongoing.

A new image from a telescopic camera orbiting Mars shows NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity at work on "Murray Ridge," without any new impact craters nearby.

Humans may be smart because energy once devoted to brawn was given up for brains, researchers say.  The most powerful computer known is the brain. The human brain possesses about 100 billion neurons with about 1 quadrillion — 1 million billion...

Brain Evolution Study Shows What We Gave Up To Get Smart

Humans may be smart because energy once devoted to brawn was given up for brains, researchers say. The most powerful computer known is the brain. The human brain possesses about 100 billion neurons with about 1 quadrillion — 1 million billion.

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