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Prosopagnosia – Whose Face is It?

Prosopagnosia – Whose Face is It?

Prosopagnosia is a selective and often severe deficit in the ability to recognize others’ faces. People suffering from the disorder are often unable to recognize their friends and family members by face alone.

On the Road to a Quantum Computer

On the Road to a Quantum Computer

A collaboration led by Yale professors Rob Schoelkopf, Michel Devoret, and Steven Girvin is developing a method of communication between qubits, a “quantum bus,” which could be extended to systems involving more qubits working at greater distances.

Everyday Q&A: How do SSRIs work?

Everyday Q&A: How do SSRIs work?

The most popular type of antidepressant today is the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), such as Prozac, Zoloft, or Lexapro, introduced in 1987.