Scientific articles

When failure can become a motivation for success?

US scientists have analyzed the impact of self-reflection -by individuals after failures in career or life- on humanity . Scientists at Rutgers University have concluded that analyzing past failures helps people improve their performance in meeting new challenges. Psychologists advise people who have experienced failures or problems with work or daily life to remain in a good mood because many ...

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Using Stem Cells to Grow Muscle Heart

Scientists from Columbia University used stem cells for the first time in the history of science to develop a human heart muscle in just four weeks. Scientists used early stage stem cells which are more easily manipulated, noting that the technology of stem cell organ development lies in the use of cells in their last stages of development in order ...

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The Invention of a Device that Controls Human Desire

Specialists from the Russian “Rosatom” state corporation of atomic energy have developed a device to register super weak biomagnetic fields, which render it possible to expose the “desire center” in the brains of living organisms. The device is based on a method of superconductive magnetometrics and registers extraordinarily weak magnetic fields in a non-invasive way, which would enable scientists to identify desire centers and even control them, scientists ...

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Dopamine and Happiness

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter produced by the brain, and italso plays an important role in many important functions of the body. Dopamine improves the intellectual functions (knowledge, memory, attention, assessment, problem-solving, and decision-making). It regulates prolactin secretion. Therefore, dopamine is essential for our happiness and well-being in general. Insufficient amounts of this neurotransmitter lead to sadness, depression, negativity and a ...

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Scientific Breakthrough: Developed Technology Allows to Produce Anything out of Thin Air!

Alumni from MIT and Yale universities have perfected nanotube technology which could eventually allow humans to 3d-print and produce anything we desire, including creating carbon-free fuel “out of thin air.” “This technology gives us a level of control over the material world,” saidDr. Rob McGinnis, the founder of Mattershift, in a press release. “For example, right now we’re working to remove CO2 from ...

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Scientists Create Quantum Ball Lighting

Scientists have recently shed light on a decades-old riddle by creating quantum ball lighting at laboratory, which is considered a rare phenomenon. Physicists from Amherst College in USA and Aalto University in Finland have created a three-dimensional atom knot called Skyrmion; a quasiparticle consisting of a knotted configuration of the atomic magnetic moments that are found in ultra-cold quantum gases. ...

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The Only Immortal Creature on Earth

During the medieval ages, creatures, including wild animals, were divided according to different aspect of human nature. For example, fox is cunning and deceptive, dove is the symbol of peace, and wolf is the symbol of aggression. The division included marine animals such as dolphins and others. Moreover, none of the mythical animals were given the gift of immortality in ...

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The Fountain of Youth and Aging!

American scientists have discovered the mechanism of two types of neurons that is responsible for youth and aging, and its role in the increase and decrease of life expectancy. Scientists at Michigan State University found that the brain and the intestinal in a worm called Caenorhabditis elegans control the aging process. They believe that this mechanism exists in other animals, ...

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“MENTAL TRICK” TO GET RID OF ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION “12345”

Doctors have suggested using a mental tool to combat anxiety that distracts concentration and increases stress, trying to think about the present we are living. This tool is known as “1-2-3-4-5”, a simple but effective way to regain control of the mind and return to the present based on our five senses: sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste. As for ...

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