Sense Of Touch Can Help Hearing, Study Says

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Sounds During Sleep May Help You Remember

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Success Boosting Monkey Muscle Could Help Humans

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Writing Study Ties Autism To Motor-Skill Problems

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With A Nerve Freed By Surgery, A Facial Pain Ends

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Antarctica's Larsen Ice Shelf is one of the areas the Operation Ice Bridge is studying. Jim Ross/NASA hide caption

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Radar Reveals Dynamic World Under Antarctica's Ice

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Melting at the base of this Texas-sized ice pack in the Amundsen Sea off Antarctica could lead to significant ocean level rise in the long term. This image of the ice shelf was taken on the first flight of Ice Bridge from an altitude of 20,000 feet. NASA hide caption

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NASA Launches Mission To Track Polar Ice By Plane

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This retinal prosthesis has been implanted in the eyes of 32 patients. The device receives wireless data from the camera which it then translates into electronic signals that are sent to the brain, restoring sight. Courtesy Second Sight Medical Products, Inc. hide caption

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Bionic Eye Opens New World Of Sight For Blind

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The study tested classically trained violinists and pianists, and found that their brains were much better adapted to discern subtle pitch and tonal differences in sound. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Say What?! Musicians Hear Better

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This X-ray shows electrodes that have been implanted in the brain of a patient with epilepsy before surgery to remove tissue causing the patient's seizures. The electrodes were also used to study how the brain processes language. Ned T. Sahin/Science hide caption

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In Milliseconds, Brain Zips From Thought To Speech

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American Scientists Win Nobel For Aging Insights

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Biologists Elizabeth H. Blackburn (left) and Carol Greider pose next to a bust of Paul Ehrlich before being awarded the Paul Ehrlich and Ludwig Darmstaedter Prize in Frankfurt, Germany. on March 19. Michael Probst/AP hide caption

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Americans Win Nobel For Research On Aging

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