Facebook patent uses system to track socioeconomic status


sSNVs increased approximately linearly with age in both areas (with a higher rate in hippocampus) and were more abundant in neurodegenerative disease.

Source: Science Mag

The woodpeckers might not have sustained brain damage themselves, though — the researchers think that protein build-up could possibly be beneficial to the birds.

Source: Science Daily

Researchers from Boston University have studied the brains of Downy Woodpeckers and found they have elevated levels of a protein that is associated with brain damage in humans.

Source: Daily Mail

The production can be tailored to fit each patient and has the potential to protect against wrong medication and fake medicine according to the researchers.

Source: Science Daily

The little birds have survived for 25 million years by banging their head against a tree hunting for food.

Source: EuroNews

Researchers have discovered the inner workings of a gene network that regulates the development of spinal motor neurons in the growing chicken and mouse embryo.

Source: Science Daily

Woodpeckers do this untold thousands of times during their lives, and these birds have thrived on Earth for some 25 million years.

Source: Reuters

The new method potentially reduces complications, time and money.

Source: Science Daily

The accumulation of somatic mutations with age—which we term genosenium—shows age-related, region-related, and disease-related molecular signatures and may be important in other human age-associated conditions.

Source: Science Mag

The system uses information like education, homeownership, travel history and internet usage.

Source: Daily Mail

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