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A new method for predicting changes in hydrofrac orientation in depleting oil and gas reservoirs

Stress rotation due to depletion can be estimated in reservoirs having an impermeable reservoir boundary. More specifically, the isotropic change in stress due to depletion, and the uniaxial stress resulting from a change in pore pressure across an imperm...
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Optogenetic control of brain circuits mediating reward and aversion

Researchers in Prof. Robert Malenka’s laboratory have developed a light-activated animal system that could be used to identify compounds that treat certain psychiatric disorders. This optogenetic technology employs light-responsive opsins to precisely i...
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