Scientific articles

Creation of Transparent Human Organs in a Scientific Breakthrough

Researchers in Germany have created transparent human organs using a new technology that could pave the way to print three-dimensional body parts such as kidneys for transplants. Scientists led by Ali Erturk at Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich have developed a technique that uses a solvent to make organs such as the brain and kidneys transparent. The organ is then ...

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“Miracle tree” that heals (300) diseases including diabetes and tumors

Moringa is known as the Miracle Tree because it is an important source of fat, protein, carotenoids, vitamin C, iron, potassium and other nutrients. Its roots, leaves, flowers and plums are used as food supplements and are used in cosmetics, perfumes and oils. In addition to its strong nutritional properties, Moringa possesses incredible medical capabilities. Chemical compounds in Moringa have ...

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Wi-Fi can be used to Detect Weapons and Explosives

You surely use Wi-Fi to connect your smart phone, computer or other electronic devices with what World Wide Web provides, but soon this technology may work to protect you in public places. According to a study led by researchers from Rutgers and underwent to peers preview University in New Brunswick, ordinary Wi-Fi can efficiently detect weapons, bombs, and explosive chemicals ...

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Discovering a “New Physical State” of matter

Scientists, who examined Potassium, have discovered a new physical state of matter where the atoms are both solid and liquid at the same time. This study clarifies if there is unusual state of matter or that the atom structures represent a transition between two states whether solid, liquid or gas. Tests were conducted on “simple metal” such as applying high ...

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A Company plans to implant “Google” in Human Brain

An expert has assured that artificial intelligence technology could largely improve human lives and completely change how we learn. “Nikolas Kairinos founder and  CEO of (Fountech.ai)  says, in an interview with the “Daily Star”, that his company is working on developing a revolutionary artificial intelligence to “ personalize education” to enable “anyone can  learn almost anything, using artificial intelligence”. Kairinos ...

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How Does Light Look Like on Speed of 10 Trillion Frames Per Second?

The speed of light is often referred to as the universe’s speed limit, making it nearly impossible to catch on camera. But, a high-tech camera created by researchers at the California Institute of Technology has managed to do that where they observed light speed in a video on “Slow Mo Guys” channel. Researchers at California Institute of Technology have documented ...

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European Laser System Produces Tenth of the Entire Power of the Sun

Recent tests of the European Laser System at the Romanian Nuclear Physics Institute demonstrated 10PW (ten millions of billions of Watts) performance of ELI-NP’s High Power Laser System that equals tenth of the entire Sun’s Power. The capabilities of this system werereleased by the project management during the official ceremony that was held on Mach 13th in the outskirt of ...

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The invention of a “time machine” in experiment that defies the laws of physics

Scientists have built the world’s first time machine (sort of), by “working” with electrons in the bizarre realm of quantum mechanics. The “balls” scattered and, according to the laws of physics, should have appeared to split in a haphazard way. But researchers managed to make them reform in their original order – looking as if they were turning back time. ...

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SCIENTISTS MAKE THE SMALLEST COMB LASER SYSTEM WITH AMAZING CHARACTERISTICS

Russian and Swiss scientists managed to install a hypersensitive chemical laser sensor on a small normal silicon chip. The academic manager of Russian Quantum Center of Moscow State University, the late professor Mikhail Gorodetsky, managed two years ago to make photon microchip that allows having laser ray with unusual spectrum resembling comb in form. This spectrum used to require large ...

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