Scientific articles

The vagus nerve!

Did you hear of it? Did you know that cold water can kill this nerve? The human body has a nerve that is called the vagus nerve , The vagus nerve runs from the brain through the face and heart to the abdomen. If there is a violent alert for this nerve, such as cold water that is thrown in ...

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The world’s smallest neurotransmitter innovation

Japanese optogenetics scientists have shown that chemical compounds are not the only ones that affect brain function and activity. The scientists stressed that light is also a powerful stimulator of the work of the brain, the light waves activate certain proteins and affect the activity. Scientists implanted optical devices in the brains of rodents and altered the behavior of animals ...

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“Killer” Habits that Destroy Brain Cells

 Scientists from Japan revealed five human habits, causing irreparable brain damage. The list compiled by scientists includes habits that cause dysfunction in neurons that ensure the quality of cognitive functions,according to the electronic newspaper ZIV.ru. Lack of drinking water is at the top of the list because water makes up three quarters of the human brain, so drought is a ...

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An Invention Restores the Normal Functions of the Damaged Organs

Scientists from Tomsk State University (TSU) together with the university research and production enterprise MIT created an incubator made of titanium and nickel compound, which is introduced into damaged organs to restore their functions. According to the Russian “TASS” News Agency, scientists patented the new incubator for the introduction of cells into an injured human body. The incubator ismade of ...

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Finding the Dark Zone that Threatens Humanity

Norwegian scientists discovered the dark zone under the ice cover of Greenland. The zone consists of dust and black carbon. The Dark Zone is a stripe of fast-melting ice zone that causes high level of sea waters which may result in drowning wide-spread coastal areas all over the world, according to Science Alert. It is around 400 kilometers in length ...

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A Second Magnetic Field of Earth Has Been Discovered

Scientists of the European Space Agency discovered a second Magnetic Field of Earth other than the one we know. Four years of data collected by the scientists contributed to the mapping of this ‘other’ magnetic field. This field highly affects the ocean waters and it is about 20,000 times weaker than Earth’s global magnetic field. The data and photo that ...

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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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