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The researchers were keen on using this data because the analysis included the use of a sophisticated kind of MRI that can see microstructural changes in the brain.
We’re keen to hear from people with interesting, provocative, and well-argued opinions on technology and where it’s taking us.
The country has just eight laureates to its name, and it’s keen on scientific advances to earn more to improve its global stature.
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If your loved one isn’t super keen on a high-tech personal massager, you can’t go wrong with massage balls.
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I have often wondered whether he has been infected with a fungus that fills him with mycological zeal—and an irrepressible urge to persuade humans that fungi are keen to partner with us in new and peculiar ways.
So scientists are keen to understand the processes by which such a collapse might occur.
Experts are carefully watching for results, keen to know for sure whether such treatments can help patients.
Discovery has not detailed its distribution plans to agency executives, who are keen to hear whether the streamer will be available on Amazon’s and Roku’s connected TV platforms at launch.
Due to the current pandemic, in a climate where accessibility and affordability are keen, this product retails for $40.
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