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Hoe plagen genen stelen om plantengif te neutraliseren

Sommige insecten en mijten stelen genen van andere organismen om zichzelf immuun te maken voor plantengif. Een inzicht in dit evolutionaire trucje zou een meer duurzame gewasbescherming kunnen opleveren.

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Could you control a hearing aid with your brain?

As the number of people struggling with hearing impairment is one the rise, KU Leuven researchers are attempting to develop smart hearing aids that use brainwaves to help users home in on specific conversations, cutting through the noise in chaotic situations like a busy family dinner.

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Op elk potje past een robot(je)

Killerrobots op zoek naar werelddominantie, het blijft een populair thema in boeken en films. Gelukkig zijn robots in “de echte wereld” vredelievender: ze verlichten ons werken of redden zelfs ons leven.

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