Scientific articles

An alternative to human bones of flexible titanium

Russian scientists have developed a flexible metal alloy of titanium, an appropriate replacement for damaged bones in humans, according to an article published in “Materials Science and Engineering”. This new titanium-zirconium-niobium alloy is very resilient to an aggressive environment, such as the human body. Since its elasticity matches that of human bone, implants made from this alloy are much more ...

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Red Giant Reveals Secrets Prior to Sun Death

In the distant future, the sun will expand until it reaches a size that is many times than it is now. As a result, every living creature on the surface of our planet will die. Scientists have observed the aging “twin” of our son, which reveals new insight on what the future might look like for the star at the ...

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Russia develops electromagnetic weapons that turn enemy mechanisms into junk

Vladimir Mikheev, a  senior adviser to ( radio-Electronic Technologies Concern) KRET’s chief, said that Russia’s defense industry had come up with the Alabuga, a new electro-magnetic missile, which uses a powerful UHF emitter to disable all enemy electronics within a radius of 3.5 kilometers (2.3 miles), turning it into “a heap of scrap metal.” In an interview with Sputnik, Vladimir ...

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Eternal Disc Stores Data for 1 Million Years

Russia is completing work on super-stable optical manufacturing memory technology that will allow designing a disc capable of storing data for one million years. The head of Nano structuring laboratory at the Foundation of Advanced Research Projects (FARP) Ivan Glebov said that a prototype of the “eternal disc” has been made and it is expected to finish designing work in ...

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A device to boost cognitive performance of the brain

Scientists at McGill University and the Canadian laboratory “HRL” invented a device to boost cognitive performance of the brain. The new research funded by the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) was about the designing of an electrical stimulator for the brain, the device uses the effective power supply on the prefrontal cortex in, which is ...

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Light for Checking Blood Pressure!

Scientists have developed a new device that monitors blood pressure by shining light along the skin. The movement of the light beams changes in response to the pressure in the blood vessels, and the device analyses these tiny changes to calculate blood pressure. An initial study showed that this advanced device is more accurate than the traditional cuff methods. A ...

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Invention of a ring that protects from deadly dangers

Experts at the University of California has been able to develop a unique ring which can protect us from fatal dangers that may exist with us at any moment or place. This ring is equipped with a small device capable of sensing any chemical or biological threats surrounding us, and of alerting us to their presence. The device according to ...

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New stretchy glue developed to replace stitches ,with wounds closed in just 60 SECONDS

Australian and American biomedical engineers have developed a stretchy surgical glue that rapidly heals wounds. The ‘breakthrough’ product has the potential to save lives by quickly and efficiently sealing wounds of injured patients in as little as 60 seconds. The injectable glue, which has been termed MeTro, is made from a naturally occurring protein called tropaelastin and can be applied ...

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“Genius discovery” may be the end of genetic diseases!

Chinese scientists have succeeded in changing the genetic code of human embryos, experts believe that this remarkable discovery could be the key to eradicating genetic diseases. Researchers from Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou have filtered 3 billion “characters” of the genetic code, using a technique known as “base editing”, to remove one error responsible for a deadly blood disorder. “We ...

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electricity from human tears

Scientists in Ireland have revealed that they can generate electricity from tears – and other human fluids such as milk and saliva. Researchers said that this  breakthrough could one day be used to control the release of drugs in the body using devices capable of taking energy from their surroundings, according to researchers. Such technology could ultimately replace current biomedical ...

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