The device was inspired by woodpeckers, which appear to tolerate repetitive head impacts by adjusting the blood flowing to their brains.
Clothing, footwear to backpacks, tents and sleeping bags contain chemicals hazardous to the environment and human health.
A new breed of neuro-hacker is finding ways to capture and manipulate brainwaves to improve health.
The prescription drug will rival an existing treatment that costs $750 per tablet.
A series of multi-spectrum cameras assess an individual’s diet, alcohol consumption, physical activity, smoking habit and metabolic risk.
Automation increases speed and reduces cost. Continue reading →
Using immune cells as bait, the device attracts tumor cells circulating in the bloodstream.
A prescription medicine initially developed to treat a chronic sleep disorder works as an effective cognitive enhancer, research suggests. →
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