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The Future of Data Storage Is Hidden In Plain Sight: New ‘DNA-of-Things’ technology has the power to transform our digitized world

The Future of Data Storage Is Hidden In Plain Sight: New ‘DNA-of-Things’ technology has the power to transform our digitized world

Illustration by Zihao Lin. A petabyte is the equivalent of 1015 bytes of digital information, one billion times larger than the standard megabyte that composes common digital files like an audio clip or high-resolution picture. Approximately 10 billion users’ photos

Secrets of the Synapse: New Insights Provide Critical Clues into Understanding Sleep

Secrets of the Synapse: New Insights Provide Critical Clues into Understanding Sleep

Image courtesy of Antalique Tran Sleep has long been recognized as an essential mammalian function that provides crucial time for the brain to recover. Learning and memory are bolstered by the restorative capacity of sleep to change the strength, form,

The Dynamics of Wound Healing: Understanding cancer through the physics of cell movement

The Dynamics of Wound Healing: Understanding cancer through the physics of cell movement

At some point in their lives, nearly forty percent of all men and women in the United States will be diagnosed with cancer. Across the globe, the number of new annual diagnoses is projected to hit 23.2 million by 2030—an

Yale Team Provides Link Between Cannabis and Aggressive Behavior

Yale Team Provides Link Between Cannabis and Aggressive Behavior

In a new study, Yale researchers have pinpointed a specific gene responsible for regulating cannabis-induced aggression, with strong ramifications for the national discussion of cannabis legalization. Led by Janitza Montalvo-Ortiz, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine,