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Quanta Magazineflipped into BiologyThe Brain The Brain ‘Rotates’ Memories to Save Them From New Sensations Quanta Magazine - Jordana Cepelewicz Some populations of neurons simultaneously process sensations and memories. New work shows how the brain rotates those representations to prevent …

Quanta Magazineflipped into PhysicsHimalayas The New Historian of the Smash That Made the Himalayas Quanta Magazine - Robin George Andrews About 60 million years ago, India plowed into Eurasia and pushed up the Himalayas. But when Lucía Pérez-Díaz reconstructed the event in detail, she …

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Quanta Magazineflipped into MathematicsAlgebra Mathematician Disproves 80-Year-Old Algebra Conjecture Quanta Magazine - Erica Klarreich Inside the symmetries of a crystal shape, a postdoctoral researcher has unearthed a counterexample to a basic conjecture about multiplicative …