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New light on old material
It’s like striking gold at the very first go. When Chandramouli Subramaniam, a PhD student at professor Thalappil Pradeep’s lab at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras, chose to work on carbon nanotubes (microscopic tubes of pure carbon whose diameter is 50,000 times less than ...  | Read.. 
No puppet talk, this
The reason ventriloquists seem able to “throw” their voices to the mouths of their dummies is because an area of the brain of onlookers that ...  | Read.. 
Sharing the language gene
It is, by contemporary proportions, a strange looking creature. A robust physique, short legs, a protruding face and large head. Very human, but not q ...  | Read.. 
New light on old material
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