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// Netflix

// Walking again

// Nerve damage

// Commercial real estate

Remote work will destroy 44% of NYC office values | The Real Deal

"With the return to office seemingly plateauing at about 50 percent occupancy, the long-term impact of remote work on New York's office values looks even more dire than previously thought. That's according to an update from researchers at New York University and Columbia University, who revised a study they released last year measuring the effect of work-from-home on New York City's office stock. The update, published in May, now calculates that the city's offices as a whole will lose 44 percent of their pre-pandemic value by 2029 — up from the estimated 28 percent when the authors first published the study a year ago."

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Scientists discover chemical that could help heal nerve damage — a potential breakthrough for paralysis patients | Forbes

"Scientists have discovered a new chemical that could help heal nerve damage, according to research published Wednesday in the journal Nature, which offers early hope for one day reversing the paralysis and lost functioning that can stem from nerve injuries."

Man with paralysis walks naturally after brain, spine implants | CNN

"Dr. Grégoire Courtine and colleagues from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne developed and implanted a "brain-spine interface" that creates a direct neurological link between the brain and spinal cord. Implants in the brain track intentions for movement, which are wirelessly transferred to a processing unit that a person wears externally, like a backpack. The intentions are translated into commands that the processing unit sends back through the second implant to stimulate muscles. The research findings, published Wednesday in the journal Nature, outline successful outcomes for one study participant from the Netherlands."

Enjoy news without any bias | 1440

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 The Netflix password sharing crackdown is here. Check your inbox | Mashable

"Netflix has begun sending out emails informing U.S. users that the halcyon days of password sharing are over. While you're still technically able to share your account with people outside your household, you're now no longer able to do so for free. According to a sample email shared in Netflix's blog post, you'll now have to pay an additional $7.99 per month for an extra member slot if you want to share a Netflix account outside your household."

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//Quiz: Which of the following is an example of genetic engineering?

Which of the following is an example of genetic engineering?

Hint: The answer is kind of in the name.