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Mice Prefer Rules over Fights

Mice Prefer Rules over Fights Mice resolve conflicts by observing ‘social rules’ to enhance long-term mutual benefitsA new study from the Center for Cognition and Sociality(IBS), showed that laboratory mice establish rules that provide equal long-term rewards, even if this requires a certain degree of tolerance and patience. Published in Nature Communications, this study can tell us something on how animals and humans value costs and benefits in social interactions. DETAIL VIEW

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Gel to Fight Rheumatoid Arthritis

Gel to Fight Rheumatoid ArthritisGel to Fight Rheumatoid Arthritis- IBS scientists developed a potentially therapeutic gel, which activates in the presence of nitric oxide, absorbs excess fluids and delivers drugs -IBS scientists at the Center for Self-Assembly and Complexity, within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS), invented a hydrogel to fight rheumatoid arthritis and other diseases.date2017-11-09

Can a Pumpkin-Shaped Molecule Bring a Different Ending to “Breaking Bad”?

Can a Pumpkin-Shaped Molecule Bring a Different Ending to “Breaking Bad”?Quick, cheap, sensitive, real-time meth and amphetamine drug detector wristband connected to a smartphone app could become the new alcohol breathalyzerdate2017-09-29

Naked Molecules Dancing in Liquid Become Visible

Naked Molecules Dancing in Liquid Become VisibleIBS scientists visualize unstained chains of atoms, called polymers, moving inside tiny graphene pockets under electron microscopesdate2017-09-20

Draining Eyes Clogged with Glaucoma

Draining Eyes Clogged with GlaucomaIBS biologists find an explanation for the increase in intraocular pressure in glaucoma and a promising therapeutic option to rejuvenate the eye
Researchers at the Center for Vascular Research, within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) have identified a new mechanism involved in the development and progression of glaucoma, and found a potential therapeutic option to treat it.
date2017-09-19

2D Electronics

2D Electronics' Metal or Semiconductor? BothIBS researchers produced the first 2D field-effect transistor (FET) made of a single material
Modern life will be almost unthinkable without transistors. They are the ubiquitous building blocks of all electronic devices: each computer chip contains billions of them. However, as the chips become smaller and smaller, the current 3D field-electronic transistors (FETs) are reaching their efficiency limit.
date2017-09-19

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IBS Research 8th issue

IBS Research 8th issue

Neutrino detector called Super-Kamiokande. Japan won two Nobel Prizes in Physics using this detector installed 1,000m deep underground in a closed mine. Now, Japan is planning to build an even bigger detector named...

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