Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Study finds brain markers of numeric, verbal and spatial reasoning abilities

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

CRISPR used to build dual-core computers inside human cells

Scientists Create 'Living' Machines That Eat, Grow, and Evolve

'Longevity gene' responsible for more efficient DNA repair

Physicists hack the human visual system to create “ghost images”

Amateur mathematician cracks decades-old math problem

Scientists used CRISPR to turn a cell into a biological computer

Monday, April 22, 2019

Physicists have discovered that rotating black holes might serve as portals for hyperspace travel

Quantum Gravity in the Lab

Socialism: The failed idea that never dies

New fossils suggest human ancestors evolved in Europe, not Africa

Sunday, April 21, 2019

This Quantum Computer Can See the Future - All 16 of Them

Friday, April 19, 2019

Powerful CRISPR cousin accidentally mutates RNA while editing DNA target

Scientists Restore Some Function In The Brains Of Dead Pigs

Why building your own Deep Learning Computer is 10x cheaper than AWS

We Are Closer Than Ever to Merging Human Brains With The Cloud

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Gene therapy cures infants suffering from ‘bubble boy’ immune disease

Are we living in a simulation? This MIT scientist says it’s more likely than not

Yale scientists restore brain function to 32 clinically dead pigs

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Israeli scientists 3D-print heart with human tissue in world first

Scientists print first 3D heart using patient's biological materials

Israeli Researchers Print 3D Heart Using Patient’s Own Cells

A struggle for the soul of theoretical physics

Israeli Scientists Print World’s First 3-D Heart

Monday, April 15, 2019

"Mindreading" Neurons Help Us Simulate Others' Mindset

Scientists propose putting nanobots in our bodies to create ‘global superbrain’

Neuroscience shows that 50-year-olds can have the brains of 25-year-olds if they sit quietly and do nothing for 15 minutes a day

‘Mindreading’ neurons simulate decisions of social partners

EU-Urheberrechtsreform: Jimmy Wales warnt vor Folgen für kleine Sites

Noninvasive remote activation of the ventral midbrain by transcranial direct current stimulation of prefrontal cortex

A future 'human brain/cloud interface' will give people instant access to vast knowledge via thought alone

Physicists Have Found an Entirely New Type of Superconductivity

Heads in the cloud: Scientists predict internet of thoughts ‘within decades’

Friday, April 12, 2019

Scientists say new quantum material could "'download' your brain"

Listening to Neurons: An Interview with Dr. Leah Krubitzer

‘Mindreading’ neurons simulate decisions of social partners

Synthetic Cell Component Expands the Code of Life in Complex Cells

Are We Ready For An Implant That Can Change Our Moods?

First Black-Hole Image: It’s Not Looks That Count

Why hasn’t evolution dealt with the inefficiency of ageing?

How Neurofeedback Is Revolutionizing Stress Management

Österreich: Digitales Vermummungsverbot soll kommen

The Martyrdom of Julian Assange

Transcriptomics-Based Screening Identifies Pharmacological Inhibition of Hsp90 as a Means to Defer Aging

Marrying two types of solar cells draws more power from the sun

What the textbooks don’t tell you about psychology’s most famous case study

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Do you compute?

Chinese scientists gene-hacked super smart human-monkey hybrids

One in five deaths worldwide linked to unhealthy diet

Autoimmunity Is a Disorder of Our Time

How to take a picture of a black hole

Time Travel Simulation Resolves “Grandfather Paradox”

First images of a black hole unveiled by astronomers in landmark discovery

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Longevity and anti-aging research: ‘Prime time for an impact on the globe’

Neurobiologically Poor?: Brain Phenotypes, Inequality, and Biosocial Determinism

Chinese Parents Want Students To Wear Dystopian Brainwave-Detecting Headbands

Sydney Brenner, pioneer of molecular biology, dies at 92

Study shows thousands of neurons becoming active during thirst and quench cycle

You Are What You Eat: Neanderthals, Woolly Mammoths Apparently Shared Genetic Traits

Chinese scientists have put human brain genes in monkeys - and yes, they may be smarter

Double Replacement With Reconstruction of the Aortomitral Fibrous Body for Invasive Valvular Endocarditis "Commando Procedure"

Quantum Computing and Encryption Standards - Yang 2020

A New 'State' of Matter Can Be Solid And Liquid at The Same Time

Autism symptoms reduced nearly 50% two years after fecal transplant

Sorry, graphene - borophene is the new wonder material that’s got everyone excited

Facebook ändert Nutzungsbedingungen: Lob aus Brüssel

Michael Tomasello: What makes humans human?

Scientists build a machine to generate quantum superposition of possible futures

To Improve Memory, Tune It Like an Orchestra

New York City orders mandatory shots in toughest U.S. action to date against measles

MDMA can "reopen" a part of the brain that closes after puberty

The Molecular Basis of Drug Addiction: Linking Epigenetic to Synaptic and Circuit Mechanisms

People Who Brag About Their Intellect Don't Know as Much as They Think, Study Finds

MDMA Made Older Mice Start Socializing Like Teenagers

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

New ‘acoustic metamaterial’ cancels sound

Why scientists say experiencing awe can help you live your best life

Young inventor of Kindling Cracker credits neurological disorder for creation

Robotic bees are joining the International Space Station

LIGO has spotted another gravitational wave just after turning back on

Anti-inflammatory medicine can have a beneficial effect on depression

Southeast student wins Google Science Fair competition

Brain zaps boost memory in people over 60, study finds

Durchsichtiges Holz als Wärmespeicher

Caloric restriction and intermittent fasting: Two potential diets for successful brain aging

Das Geheimnis ewiger Fitness: Goya, Ikigai und Moai

How education may stave off cognitive decline

Does herpes cause Alzheimer’s?

Healthy diet helps older men maintain physical function

Brain Region Explains Why Aphasia Patients Can Understand Written, But Not Spoken Words

Does the world need a larger particle collider?

"The Mice Became Smarter": New Treatment Restores Aging Brains

Darwin In Your Brain. Four Reasons Why Evolutionary Psychology Is Controversial

A Sleepless Brain Leads to Emotional Negativity

Working memory revived in older adults by synchronizing rhythmic brain circuits

Oxytocin-dependent reopening of a social reward learning critical period with MDMA

Electrical stimulation gives significant memory boost to elderly

Noninvasive Brain Stimulation Turns Back Clock on Memory

A new method to show neural representations

How education may stave off cognitive decline

Coding is for everyone - As long as you speak English

Scientists reverse memory decline using electrical pulses

Debris from India’s anti-satellite test could put the space station at risk, says NASA

Stanford team develops brain-rejuvenating antibodies that let old mice think like youngsters

Could eating garlic reduce aging-related memory problems?

A sleep-deprived brain interprets impressions negatively

Closing in on a century-old mystery, scientists are figuring out what the body’s ‘tuft cells’ do

Die Neurowissenschaft zeigt, wie Dankbarkeit buchstäblich dein Gehirn verändert

Academics can change the world – if they stop talking only to their peers

Bakterium gezüchtet, das von Methan aus der Luft lebt

Time-reversal violation may explain abundance of matter over antimatter, physicist says

Elements can be solid and liquid at the same time, study reveals

Monday, April 8, 2019

Five Australian patients to trial new brain reading device to help speech and movement

Adult hippocampal neurogenesis is abundant in neurologically healthy subjects and drops sharply in patients with Alzheimer’s disease

Manfred Eigen, Nobel Prize-winning German chemist and physicist who, after serving in the Wehrmacht, founded two distinct scientific disciplines – obituary

Memory of older people returned to state of someone in their 20s

How a blast to the kidney could end high blood pressure for good

Is it the end of ‘statistical significance’? The battle to make science more uncertain

Scientists say they can make light travel 30x faster than normal

Behold an Anatomically Correct Replica of the Human Brain, Knitted by a Psychiatrist

Study reveals why heart failure patients suffer depression, impaired thinking

This Neural Implant Accesses Your Brain Through the Jugular Vein

How Bronze Age Rulers Simply Canceled Debts

Growing Up Poor Not Only Affects Your Health, It Changes as Many as 1 in 13 Genes

Move over, DNA. Life's other code is more subtle and far more powerful

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Not all autistic people are good at maths and science – despite the stereotypes

Forever young: study uncovers protein that keeps skin youthful

Saturday, April 6, 2019

A cool spin on supercomputers

Could light and sound treat Alzheimer’s disease?

EEG can look deep into the brain

Spinach Turns Into Beating Heart

Genome engineers made more than 13,000 CRISPR edits in a single cell

Presynaptic Calcium Channel Subunits Regulate Postsynaptic GABA Receptor Abundance and Axonal Wiring

Friday, April 5, 2019

CRISPR-Cas9 101: an overview and the role it plays in developing therapies

Why did Einstein object to quantum mechanics even though he was a major contributor to quantum theory?

Geneticist Sydney Brenner, who made tiny worm a scientific legend, dies

Thursday, April 4, 2019

540 Millionen Facebook-Datensätze bei Amazon öffentlich

Generation after generation has to relearn why socialism doesn’t work

Is adenosine the missing link in restless leg syndrome?

Study illuminates the brain’s inner workings

Prosthesis Exoskeleton, A Giant 15′ Tall, 8000 Pound Mech Suit That Can Reach a Top Speed of 20 MPH

Drug Discoveries: Translation to disease management protocols for patients

Study debunks 'depression genes' hypotheses

Dopamine conducts prefrontal cortex ensembles

Activists Must Stop Harassing Scientists

Calorie restriction trial in humans suggests benefits for age-related disease

Study identifies new approach to repairing damaged peripheral nervous system

3-D-printed transparent skull provides a window to the brain

The world’s 7.5 billion people, in one chart

‘Molecular surgery’ reshapes living tissue with electricity but no incisions

A comparison of the mitochondrial proteome and lipidome in the mouse and long-lived Pipistrelle bats

Here's How to Tell Within 5 Minutes If Someone Isn't As Smart As They Think

A Mathematician Just Solved a Deceptively Simple Puzzle That Has Boggled Minds for 64 Years

Alcohol-induced brain damage continues after alcohol is stopped

Epileptic Seizure Odor Does Exist and Dogs Can Be Trained to Detect It

Albert Einstein, celebrity physicist

Open-minded people have a different visual perception of reality

A Drug Shows an Astonishing Ability to Regenerate Damaged Hearts and Other Body Parts

Europe is splitting the internet into three

Three easy measures to predict metabolic syndrome in elderly

Heady stuff: Tracking your brain at work

Personality traits and investor profile analysis: A behavioral finance study

Visuo-spatial (but not verbal) executive working memory capacity modulates susceptibility to non-numerical visual magnitudes during numerosity comparison

A multi hidden recurrent neural network with a modified grey wolf optimizer

Laminar signal extraction over extended cortical areas by means of a spatial GLM

Circadian clock plays unexpected role in neurodegenerative diseases

Physicist applies statistical mechanics theories to explain how children learn a language

'Molecular surgery' reshapes living tissue with electricity but no incisions

Exercise officially makes you happier than money, according to Yale and Oxford research

Faced with rising anger on drug prices, Cigna plans to reduce insulin costs to $25 a month for many patients

Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos Have Teamed Up to Donate Millions to Alzheimer’s Research

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

The Ultimate in Personalized Medicine: Your Body on a Chip

Natural gene therapy for intractable skin disease discovered

Should you leave your smartphone plugged into the charger overnight? We asked an expert

The Genius of Genetics: Talks gene therapies, synthetic organisms and life beyond earth!

Researchers have finally discovered an effective way to exterminate bedbugs

Data and demo codes for Shen, Horikawa, Majima, and Kamitani, “Deep image reconstruction from human brain activity”

Google begins shutting down its failed Google+ social network

First computer-generated genome could lead to custom synthetic lifeforms

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

The average person in Europe loses two years of their life due to air pollution

Noam Chomsky Makes His First Power Point Presentation

Faith of the faithless: Is atheism just another religion?

Expectation-induced modulation of metastable activity underlies faster coding of sensory stimuli

Scientists create artificial cells that make their own energy

Building blocks of DNA and RNA could have appeared together before life began on Earth

Thalamus and cerebral cortex interactions influence the decision on sensory perceptions

Random Language Model

Here's What You Really Need To Know About Quantum Computing

With the recent patent news, who owns CRISPR now?

MIT and NASA engineers demonstrate a new kind of airplane wing

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Undoing Aging 2019

First bacterial genome created entirely with a computer

New functionalities for cells

The dying art of conversation - has technology killed our ability to talk face-to-face?

Teenage psychotic experiences more common in areas with high air pollution

Students Share The Downside Of Being Labeled 'Gifted'

«Wir wollen den ‹Brain-Code› knacken»

A neuroscientist explains the radical theory that our free will is just an illusion

How an entire nation became Russia's test lab for cyberwar

Scientists Are Working on a Pill for Loneliness

We Can Live Forever Thanks to Technology Says Leading Anti-Aging Scientist

"Herzschrittmacher sogar mit einem alten Nokia 3310 angreifbar"

Monday, April 1, 2019

Engineered natural killer cells may be the next great cancer immunotherapy

Why neuroengineering is a smart career choice

Vitamin D Deficiency a Brain Disruptor

Finally, Fusion Power Is About to Become a Reality

A Repurposed Drug Could Offer Hope after Many Alzheimer's Trial Failures

The Future of Genetic Engineering

Physics Needs Philosophy / Philosophy Needs Physics

Besteht Wasser aus zwei Flüssigkeiten?

How Top-Performing College Grads Fall Into the ‘Prestige Career’ Trap

Over a Million Children Under the Age of Six Are Taking Psychiatric Drugs in America

The thinking error at the root of science denial

Protecting against cognitive decline

'Why don't you want kids?' 'Because Apocalypse!'

Quant pioneer James Simons on math, money, and philanthropy

Galaxies without dark matter confirmed

Can Sprint, HTC Replace Your Home Internet With the 5G Hub?

No longer science fiction: Brain-to-brain interfaces can transmit thoughts

Organisms Survived on the Outside of the Space Station

It’s not about copyright – the EU is trying to destroy the internet

Photo of Breast Milk Repelling Harmful Bacteria Goes Viral

America’s Big Advantage Over China and Russia: Demographics

Amazon tribe creates 500-page traditional medicine encyclopedia

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