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Ultrasound Exposure: Making Waves In Depression Treatment

Ultrasound exposure could potentially reduce depression symptoms, reveals a study in rodents by Japanese researchers

All Seeing Artificial Eyes

360-degree vision is now possible with a novel artificial vision system inspired by fiddler crab’s eyes, reports researchers from South Korea and the United States.

Trusting At Face Value

Researchers from Japan discover that greater levels of facial similarities in individuals of the same sex can increase perceived trustworthiness.

Filtering Poisons With Seeds

Waste from vegetable oil manufacturing could cheaply and effectively remove toxic heavy metals from contaminated water, find a Singaporean-Swiss research team.
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Singapore Supercomputing Projects Awarded Access To Fugaku

Five Singapore-based research projects will soon make use of the world’s fastest supercomputer to address challenges from materials science to sustainability.
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Taking Matters Into Robotic Hands

Researchers from South Korea have built a highly dextrous robotic hand capable of tactile sensation, precise grasping and tool manipulation.

Storing Big Data In A Tiny Space

By combining graphene oxide with upconversion nanoparticles, researchers have found a way to store large amounts of data on an optical disk.

Navigating Cancer Treatment With The Tiniest Of Tools

A new soft robotic laser could allow surgeons to conduct head and neck surgeries without damaging critical structures in the vicinity.

Helping Computers ‘See’ Through Darkness And Rain

To advance computer vision, researchers developed neural network algorithms to enhance videos of rainy and night scenes.
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Color-changing Robot Hides In Plain Sight

From detecting surrounding colors to changing patterns on display, a robot can now mimic chameleons’ uncanny ability of blending in with the surroundings.