A short-term fast appears to counteract increases in blood sugar caused by common cancer drugs, protecting healthy cells in mice from becoming too vulnerable to...... Read more
The Information Sciences Institute at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering has been awarded a $30.9 million contract to develop technology ensuring that computing chips...... Read more
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What happens in your brain when you tell a joke? Well, that appears to depend on whether you do that for a living. Researchers in...... Read more
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