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Remember the arduous undertaking of learning to read? You spent hours grueling over sentences like, “My dog is brown. I love my dog.

Sarah Moore is a freelance writer and copywriter who loves covering neuroscience, genetics, sustainability and anything related to aliens.

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When Harry Potter first opens Tom Riddle’s diary, messages appear on the blank pages as if from nowhere. They fade in then fade out, leaving no trace that they had ever been written.

Jessica Slater is a PhD candidate in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Northwestern.

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Tod Machover, named “the world’s most wired composer” by the Los Angeles Times, is also an accomplished performer, professor of music and media at MIT, and all-around innovator. His projects bridge the gap between tradition and technology, many with the aim of making music more accessible to all audiences.

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I wouldn’t call it mind reading -- mind translating is probably more accurate -- but with extremely invasive electrodes and consenting patients, it is possible to guess what word a person just hear

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Porsche’s concept car from the Geneva Motor Show is

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Dr. Klein and his colleagues have pioneered the concept that Alzheimer's disease is caused by amyloid beta oligomers, small neurotoxins that target particular synapses and cause their functional and structural degeneration. Science in Society spoke with Dr. Klein to learn more about his decades of work on Alzheimer’s.

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I have played music for as long as I can remember. Mostly I was taught to play by reading music and performing what was written, occasionally I would memorize a piece.

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