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Researchers observe brain-like behavior in nanoscale device

‘Tiny silver brains’ could have long-term implications for more powerful, energy-efficient computing

UCLA-led research reveals potential treatments for deadly tropical disease

One medicine is already FDA-approved for other uses, the second is a new synthetic antibiotic.

Bruins go to downtown Los Angeles to share the big potential of the very small

Nano-related science and art on display in event with MindshareLA

Researchers convert 2D images into 3D using deep learning

Microscopy technique is expected to benefit studies in life sciences and biology
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