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A few studies measuring antibodies — key proteins that recognize and bind to germs — suggest that their levels do wane with time.
A few studies measuring antibodies — key immune proteins that recognize and bind to pathogens — suggest that antibody levels do wane over time.
The game’s scenarios, while simplified, recognize real-world problems for these animals.
That finding gives astronomers more confidence that they will be able to recognize potentially habitable exoplanets.
Now researchers have discovered a set of supersensing cells in the taste buds of mice that can detect four of the five flavors that the buds recognize.
Google recognizes the importance of mobile to user experience, so much that the search engine implemented mobile-first indexing as of July 1, 2019.
Imagine connecting a neuromorphic device to a camera on your car, and having it recognize lights and objects and make a decision immediately, without having to connect to the internet.
It’s also really valuable to have the people in my life recognize that I’m not only a scientist, but I’m also a good friend and community member.
It starts with recognizing that the economy is made up of actual humans.
FED UP (EP. 390)STEPHEN J. DUBNERSEPTEMBER 26, 2019FREAKONOMICS
Because everybody recognized that most people in the world, including most environmental scientists and people who care about this stuff, love the foods we get from animals so much that they can’t imagine giving those up.

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