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  1. Remote-Controlled Munching

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    When a laser activated a particular group of neurons, mice immediately began to eat. When the light turned off, the animals quit eating. Credit: Josh Jennings

  2. HOP GEAR

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    A closeup of gears at the top of a young planthopper’s rear legs shows their intermeshing movements during a jump, and then slowly moving into position for a jump. (Images were captured at a…

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    • Brain Racer

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      The NeuroRacer video game challenges drivers to pilot a car on a windy road while looking out for signs. Playing the game boosted older adults’ memory and attention. Credit: The Gazzaley Lab

    • READY TO PLAY

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      Clear gel and rubber form a see-through loudspeaker that audibly vibrates, translating an amplified electrical signal into sound. Credit: Courtesy of Christoph Keplinger and Jeong-Yun Sun, Whitesides…

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      • CLEAR MUSIC

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        A transparent loudspeaker plays music from a YouTube video, when fed audio output from a laptop, Credit: Courtesy of Christoph Keplinger and Jeong-Yun Sun, Whitesides and Suo Research Groups, Harvard…

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        • Meteor tracks

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          The meteor that ripped through the sky on February 15, 2013, left behind a particle plume that encircled the Earth in a mere four days. NASA scientists used data from the NASA-NOAA Suomi NPP satellite…

        • Meteor tracks

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          The meteor that ripped through the sky on February 15, 2013, left behind a particle plume that encircled the Earth in a mere four days. NASA scientists used data from the NASA-NOAA Suomi NPP satellite…

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          • FROZEN FROGS

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            A wood frog, Rana sylvatica (shown), survives freezing winter temperatures with a kind of biological antifreeze that prevent ice from forming in its blood. In this time-lapse video, a frog frozen…

          • Seiches in Norway

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            This video was recorded in the harbor of Flåm, Norway, the town at the end of the fjord in the above image. The movement of sloshing boats in this video helped scientists understand how ground…

          • Beating Heart

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            Transformed from a sample of human skin, lab-grown heart muscle cells contract spontaneously in a dish (shown). To create the heart cells, Lei Yang at the University of Pittsburgh and colleagues first…

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            • Caffeine slows down newborn mouse neurons

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              Caffeine slows down newborn mouse neurons as they travel to their final destination in the brain (right). Credit: Inserm/ Christine Métin - Christophe Bernard

            • The real bird’s-eye view

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              Recordings from cameras on a peahen’s head show a close-up of her eye movements (inset) plus the view in front of her as a flirting male struggles, not too successfully, to capture her attention. Credit:…

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