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Instantly Translate Your Speech with New Gadget by Logbar

A Japanese company called Logbar has developed what could be revolutionary device. ili instantly translates your speech into a foreign language, making travel to far-off lands much easier than it ever has been. ili is an extremely simple device, which requires no WiFi or data connection. It can be worn around the neck, and it’s compact… Continue reading Instantly Translate Your Speech with New Gadget by Logbar

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Trump Is Banning Science Communication

We all knew that when Trump eventually rose to office it would be a bit rocky. I cannot say with any certainty, however, that we predicted quite how insane things would become. At the time of writing, Trump has been inaugurated for 5 days. In that time he has: Withdrawn the USA from the Trans… Continue reading Trump Is Banning Science Communication

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NASA to Launch Probe to Ancient Planetary Core, 16 Psyche

Within the asteroid belt sitting between Mars and Jupiter lies a bizarre metal asteroid known as 16 Psyche. Believed to be the naked core of an ancient planet, the object is the only one of its kind known to us within our solar system. This unique opportunity for knowledge proved too good to pass up for… Continue reading NASA to Launch Probe to Ancient Planetary Core, 16 Psyche

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If House MD Reached Transcendence – IBM’s Watson Can Now Diagnose Rare Diseases

Medical science uses some of the most advanced technologies known to man in order to understand, prevent and treat hundreds of thousands of ailments, illnesses and diseases. Remote Presence Robots, augmented reality and 3D bioprinting all have the potential to improve and personalize medical care in a myriad of ways and are some of the… Continue reading If House MD Reached Transcendence – IBM’s Watson Can Now Diagnose Rare Diseases

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Swedish Scientist Attempts to Edit Genome of Healthy Embryo in World First

Earlier this year we reported that British scientists had been given the go ahead to begin gene editing on human embryos. Assistant Professor Fredrik Lanner of the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm has beaten these scientists to the punch, and in a world-first has already attempted to edit the genome of a healthy embryo. Using Crispr-Cas9, a gene-editing technology first developed by Martin… Continue reading Swedish Scientist Attempts to Edit Genome of Healthy Embryo in World First

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Brain-Machine-Interface Restores Sensation & Voluntary Movement in Paraplegic Volunteers

During the opening ceremony of the 2014 football World Cup in Brazil, Juliano Pinto stepped onto the field of the Corinthians Arena. The man was about to make history. Flanked by two opposing teams, Mr Pinto stepped up to take the opening kick-off of the tournament. His left foot struck out to meet the ball and he raised… Continue reading Brain-Machine-Interface Restores Sensation & Voluntary Movement in Paraplegic Volunteers

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Remarkable Study Shows Immune System’s Effect On Social Interactions

Researchers from the University of Virginia’s Centre for Brain Immunology and Glia have made a remarkable discovery; the immune system has a direct and measurable impact on our social interactions. For decades scientists have believed that the brain is “immune privileged”, meaning that there is no direct connection from the brain to the immune system. In… Continue reading Remarkable Study Shows Immune System’s Effect On Social Interactions