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Scientists Create Artificial Skin that can Feel Like us

In the effort to create more human robot scientists from USA and China created a “smart skin” that is capable of feeling pressure to the same extent with our fingers. The material contains sensors called taxels and 3D comprise bundles of nanowires with zinc oxide and a total of approximately 8000 transistors.

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“Veti-gel” A Gel that Stops Bleeding Instantly

A student from New York claims to have created a gel that stops bleeding instantly. Veti-gel is capable of initiating the coagulation process so that healing wounds closed at the time.

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Scientists: Chewing Gum Activates the Brain

Studies conducted by Japanese scientists from the National Institute of Radiological Sciences, suggest that the use of chewing gum, previously was regarded as a bad habit, has a positive effect on brain function. This process allows you to activate the process of thinking, to increase the reaction rate and increase alertness by 10%, write today, [...]

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An American Doctor Saves the Life of a Patient with his iPhone

Dr. Eric Topol said that the iPhone in the future will be much appreciated especially in the medical field as it is a very versatile and efficient device. In fact the doctor  saved the life of a person on an aircraft board  thanks to its iPhone. Dr. Topol was on a plane more than 9,000 meters high. A passenger on a plane whotook [...]

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Scientists Believe Jealousy is a Brain Disease

Italian neuroscientists have identified the area of the human brain, which is responsible for feelings of jealousy. Scientists from the University of Pisa opened, what part of the brain “fault” is that some people have a morbid jealousy. This is the ventromedial prefrontal cortex – it is not only responsible for learning and thinking, but also [...]

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HIV Virus Fight Against itself and Stop the Replication of HIV

In Australia, a team from the Medical Research Institute of Queensland (Australia)  have announced about a finding that undoubtedly opens the door to hope and new research, the HIV virus  fight against itself  and stop the replication of HIV . It’s like fighting fire using fire

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Nutritionists have Defined “Bad” Foods for Breakfast

Nutritionists tell what foods to eat on an empty stomach are bad, because they can cause a variety of diseases. The list of banned products include some of the vegetables and fruits that are traditionally the morning diet of the majority. Bananas – are high in magnesium. It can disrupt the balance of calcium and magnesium in [...]

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Sweet Drinks Increase the Risk of Depression and Coffee Reduced…

A new study suggests that sweet drinks, especially diet, associated with increased risk of depression in adults. At the same time, the consumption of coffee causes a slight reduction in the risk of depression. These findings were presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology in San Diego. Sweetened beverages, coffee and tea [...]

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If you Want to Burn Fat not Run Forward but Run Backwards

Running is a great sport especially when you are concious about your weight. However, running backwards, like a crab, it is much more. This way of practicing jogging , which became popular in the United States, Italy and Austria.It is called retro running .Because this type of footing increases the strength of the back muscles of the legs, little used during races forward, [...]

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Nanotechnology Against Peanut Allergy

The researcher of the University of Navarra Juliana De Souza has developed a system of nanoparticles with peanut extracts, following oral administration, succeeded in reducing the symptoms of food hypersensitivity in experimental mice.The research results are reflected in his doctoral thesis, ‘Immunotherapy for the treatment of food allergy to peanuts: Design of new dosage forms [...]

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World`s First Cancer Drug Created Through a 3D Printer

A group of researchers from the firm Parabon NanoLabs has developed a new drug Created Through a 3D Printer to combat a type of brain cancer. What is unique about this drug is that it is the first drug that has been Created Through a 3D Printer, molecule by molecule by using a technique of self-assembly of DNA and this [...]

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Optogenetics is Advancing into New Dimensions

 Optogenetics  is an Emerging Technology in which genetically manipulated neural cells combined with a light source for selectively On/Off the areas of the brain. The method has proven in animal studies to be extremely interesting for neuroscience and could someday lead to new therapies. 

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