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Sleep Deprivation Linked To Major Health Problems: You Need To Sleep 7 Hours Every Night, Or Else - Tech Times

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Tech Times

Sleep Deprivation Linked To Major Health Problems: You Need To Sleep 7 Hours Every Night, Or Else
Tech Times
A sleep scientist highly recommends people to sleep at least seven hours every night, as he has linked several major health problems to sleep deprivation. Apparently, the effects of not ... Walker's work is just one of the many research focused on ...

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First brainless animal that sleeps just discovered by scientists studying jellyfish - The Independent

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The Independent

First brainless animal that sleeps just discovered by scientists studying jellyfish
The Independent
Scientists still don't fully know why animals need to snooze, but research has found that sleep is a complex behavior associated with memory consolidation and REM cycles in the brain. Jellyfish are so primitive they don't even have a brain - how could ...
Brainless Jellyfish Sleep TooMotherboard en_us
The Surprising, Ancient Behavior of Jellyfish | CaltechCaltech
Jellyfish - 2017 News and Scientific Articles on Live ScienceLive Science

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Do gardens sleep? Jellyfish may have the answer - Telegraph.co.uk

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Telegraph.co.uk

Do gardens sleep? Jellyfish may have the answer
Telegraph.co.uk
Plants may need sleep at night as well as humans and animals, a new study has found. Research in the US has discovered the first evidence of sleep in a species without a brain, leading scientists to suspect the habit is fundamental to life itself, not ...
The Surprising, Ancient Behavior of Jellyfish | CaltechCaltech
Jellyfish - 2017 News and Scientific Articles on Live ScienceLive Science

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New Fluorescent Dyes Could Advance Biological Imaging - R & D Magazine

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R & D Magazine

New Fluorescent Dyes Could Advance Biological Imaging
R & D Magazine
Swapping out specific chemical building blocks in fluorescent molecules called rhodamines can generate nearly any color scientists desire – ROYGBIV and beyond, researchers report September 4, 2017 in the journal Nature Methods. The work offers ...
New Revolution in the Field of Single-Molecule ImagingAZoM

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