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Memcomputing, the Future of Digital World

The human brain is one of the main landmarks in the development of new solutions related to the development. A clear example comes from studies in the field of artificial intelligence, neural networks with when you attempt to replicate the ability of man to absorb information from experiences. Not only that another objective is to be able to store and [...]




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Pair of Glasses “Stop” to Jet Lag

The jet lag is one of the biggest problems faced by those who do hours of flights. The time difference makes passengers feel out of place and time. Comes technology to solve this problem in a simple way: A pair of glasses that emit green light.




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IBM Simulates 500 Billion Neurons and 100 Trillion Synapses

In a neuronal simulation unprecedented IBM has managed to simulate 500 billion neurons and 100 trillion synapses . It has used Sequoia which is the second largest supercomputer in the world and half million cores. This is a computational feat but has little to do with neuroscience. Let’s see why.




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When a Person Lies, Temperature of the Tip of Nose Changed, Research

When a person lies  ‘Pinocchio effect’ is observed. The temperature of the tip of your nose up or down. It also increases your body temperature in the orbital muscle in the inner corner of the eye. In addition, if we make a great mental effort, the temperature drops in the nose and before an anxiety attack there is [...]




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Study: Lack of Sleep Can Lead to Schizophrenia

Irregular sleep can trigger the symptoms of schizophrenia according to British researchers from the University of Bristol, said Medicalxpress . Neuroscientists studying the connection between sleep disorders and schizophrenia, found that irregular sleep and de-synchronization of brain activity during sleep can cause some of the symptoms of schizophrenia. Long-term sleep disorders can lead to a change of mentality.




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Flexible Electrode Can Pick up Signals from a Single Neuron

Nanoeletrodo dioxide could pave the way  for x brain computer interfaces  (Photo: Playback) Researchers at the University of Michigan, USA developed a type of flexible electrode made of carbon and a thin layer of dielectric material. Small, foldable electrode meets the specifications for operation in the body: it is flexible and allowing bend under pressure and [...]




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What You May not Know About Dreams

You are sleepy. Your mind is becoming vague. And then you go into sleep. In fact, sleep is a time for the body to rest, recover the damage and is one of the recharge process for us. However, not all cells in the body have a rest when we are in sleep. In some people, they go to sleep, they [...]




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520 Million-Year-Old Brain is Surprisingly Modern, say Experts

SCIENTISTS have discovered an example of the oldest ever brain in a creature that inhabited the earth 520 million years ago. Researchers uncovered the complex organ in the fossil of an ancient three-inch long creature – a distant relative of modern spiders – proving that animals evolved far faster than previously thought.




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Research Identifies Neurons Used in Time Measurement

U.S. scientists have discovered a group of neurons involved in timing within the brain. However, they do not believe that these neurons are solely responsible for the function or to serve as a clock in the brain.




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Prepares New Drug for Alzheimer’s

Scientists are in the early stages of development A chemical compound that will “repair” the damage to the brain is considered the most promising drug to improve cognitive function in patients with Alzheimer’s disease, say researchers from Washington State University, a study published in the Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. ‘s Scientists found that mice [...]




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Method of Training to Better Memory

People with extraordinary memory with the ability to remember the order of a deck of cards has been disturbed, or hundreds of random numbers within a few minutes, they did not have any special ability does. Their brain completely is like ours, but their secret lies in how to practice. Here are a few tips on the [...]




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The Action Video Games Improve Vision!

Good news for worldwide gamers, since according to recent research videogames action not only does not impair vision, but in some cases can be proved beneficial. In a test conducted at McMaster University in Canada has been awarded to six young people born with cataracts (congenital cataract) to play the popular first-person shooter game ‘Medal [...]




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