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Study finds novel therapeutic strategy that preserves neuromuscular synapses in ALS mouse model
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Neurotransmitter glutamate plays role in alcohol cravings, IU-led study finds
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Giving seagrass its due
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Dentate gyrus mossy cells control spontaneous convulsive seizures and spatial memory
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U.K. scientists increasingly anxious about Brexit confusion
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Engineers advance the capability of wearable tech
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Robotic crystals that walk n' roll
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Improving the shopping experience on mobiles
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Scientists eavesdrop on volcanic rumblings to forecast eruptions
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