Scientific articles

Inventing the smartest electronic drug capsule

A group of scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology invented the smartest electronic drug capsule, able to determine the dosage of the drug by itself and diagnose the patient’s condition. It can also be controlled by a smartphone. The researchers believe that the electronic capsule indeed represents the foreseeable future of modern medicine, thanks to its three-dimensional class printing ...

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Launching the Biggest “Search for the Human Soul” Project!

Chinese scientists are building the world’s most powerful MRI machine to launch the project of searching for human soul. The £100 million piece of equipment will look deep into the human brain to learn more about its complex structure. Scientists say the project ‘will revolutionize brain studies’ and may assist in creating future treatments for Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. The budget of the ...

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Seven Advices to Boost Self Confidence

Don’t hate the way you look: you should not frustrate yourself by obsessing about the way you look. Instead, look for the thing that you like about yourself, be grateful for it and stop shaming yourself. This might be hard at the beginning, but it will get easier with practice, so don’t worry. Stop being shy: your shyness keeps you ...

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Scientists Created a Logic Defying Material

Scientistscreated a logic-defying material that thickens as it stretches.The material is a liquid crystal that has yet to be given a name by scientists and is the first synthetic material known to behave this way.Scientists hope that it will have wide range of uses, including in body armor, architecture and medical equipment. The ‘auxetic’ stretching property, which is found in ...

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“Great Dying” is Lurking

An episode of extreme global warming that left ocean animals unable to breathe caused the biggest mass extinction in the Earth’s history, research has shown. The extinction event at the end of the Permian period, 252 million years ago, wiped out 96% of all marine species and 70% of land-dwelling vertebrates. Scientists have linked what has become known as the ‘Great Dying’ ...

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How Can the Human Brain Predict the Future?

The human brain has two internal clocks that predict the immediate future. That’s according to new research from the University of California, which suggests our neural wiring predicts the forthcoming milliseconds. But our brains are constantly trying to predict the future, not in the sense of what will happen within a few years from now, but only for a few parts ...

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A Study Reveals that Earth is Swallowing Staggering Amounts of Water

A new study using seismographs across the Mariana Trench has found that certain zones on earth drag down staggering amounts of water as a result of tectonic activity. According to the new calculations, the water quantity amounts to 3 billion Tera grams every million years, with one teragram alone equaling a billion kilograms. In the new study published to the journal ...

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Best Age for Learning Foreign Languages

Scientists at the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at Massachusetts Institute of Technology stated that the best age to master a foreign language at the same level of native speakers is before the age of ten. Scientists published the results of their study in Cognition Journal which reported that scientists have  innovated a model to analyze the information collected ...

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Scientifically proven way to remember 90% of what you learn

Students face many difficulties in remembering the lessons taught by their teachers, and these difficulties are more apparent during tests period. Each student follows a certain method in remembering the largest amount of information, but many fail to do so. What is the solution to this problem? Is there a successful method that can be adopted by students? next we ...

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Nano membranes Produced of Organic Molecules

Experts at the Russian Tomsk Polytechnic Institute of Physics and Technology have developed ultra-thin membranes of organic molecules placed in the gas. The thickness of such a thin membrane is 5.000 times thinner than that of a human hair, enabling scientists to design semiconductors with unique characteristics. These semiconductors not only have very thin dimensions, but also have great speed ...

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