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Neuronal Behavior Confounds Expectations

The idea that the electrical signal patterns generated by neurons represent the encoding of different types of cognitive information appears to be wrong, according to scientists at the Weizmann Institute. Their research, appearing in the journal Neuron, showed that the communication signals between neurons, as measured by the experimenters, were indistinguishable from random neuronal firings. […]

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Probe Set To Dial 1-800-ENTANGLEMENT

Physicists from Rice University are building a unique nano-probe that will hopefully enable them to “dial in” elusive quantum states called “quantum criticalities.” The probe, described in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, will trap and tune a single electron and allow the researchers to manipulate “quantum critical points”, a phase transition produced […]

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