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Humans Have a Magnetic Sensor In Our Eyes But Can We Detect Magnetic Fields

“Humans, for example, have two cryptochromes – CRY1 and CRY2 – which help to control our body clocks. But Lauren Foley from the University of Massachusetts Medical School has found that CRY2 can double as a magnetic sensor.”

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