Nature’s subversive discovery: Everyone has a "sixth sense"? Will future computers run on human brain cells? | This week is worth reading

Biology and medicine

The subversive discovery in Nature is that everyone may have a "sixth sense", but they just don’t realize it.

@ Academic Jingwei Nature

Why are fingerprints unique? Cell reveals the mystery of fingerprint formation

@ Academic Jingwei Cell

Common sugar substitutes in zero-sugar drinks may increase the risk of heart disease and thrombosis.

@ Science Circle Nature

Cell accidentally found that there are these similarities in the brains of fighters and onlookers.

@ Academic Jingwei Cell

Computer artificial intelligence

New posture of scientific research: let GPT-3 help you.

@ qubit arXiv

When organ-like intelligence shines into human reality: will the future computer run on human brain cells?

@ biological exploration Frontiers in Science

A snapshot can restore a video! AAAI 2023 proposes a new snapshot compression imaging algorithm.

@ qubit AAAI 2023

Materials and chemistry

Wang Qing/Huang Xingyi Nature: Energy storage materials, a major breakthrough!

@ nanohuman Nature

The key role of the latest Nature: H in superconductivity in Electronic Science and Technology University of China.

@ nanohuman Nature

Using metal atoms to construct the skeleton of polymer, it is the longest metal polymer so far.

@ Global Science Angewandte Chemie International Edition

Astronomy and physics

The asteroid "Dragon Palace" contains about 20,000 kinds of organic molecules.

@ Global Science Science

Study on local structure in disordered materials by neutron scattering

@ Keai KeAiNuclear Analysis

The most powerful explosion in the universe

@ 京京京京京京京京 arXiv

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