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It May Be Possible To Restore Memory Function In Alzheimer’s Disease

Andrea D. Steffen
A team, led by University at Buffalo scientists, reveal a new approach to Alzheimer’s disease (AD) that may eventually make it possible to reverse memory loss, a hallmark of the disease in its late stages.
Education Psychology Science

Research Finds You May Be Able To Learn A New Language During Deep Sleep

Andrea D. Steffen
The notion that we can learn in our sleep is a captivating idea. Imagine the possibility – that we could really be capable of drastically improving our productivity by learning in our sleep… you have
Health Science Technology

Neuroengineers Have Translated Brain Signals (Thoughts) Directly Into Audible Speech

Andrea D. Steffen
There has been another scientific breakthrough first, brought to us by Colombia neuroengineers. They have harnessed the power of speech synthesizers and artificial intelligence with the idea that it could lead to new ways for computers
Health Science

Oxford University Scientists Develop Genetically Modified Virus That Destroys Cancer And Its “Helper” Cells

Andrea D. Steffen
Cancer tricks your body’s healthy cells, known as fibroblasts, into protecting it from your own immune system. This new genetically modified virus (called enadenotucirev) attacks both the tumors, and these fibroblasts that have been turned
Health Science

Perfect Human Blood Vessels Grown In A Lab For First Time

Andrea D. Steffen
Organoids are three-dimensional, lab-grown cellular systems that mimic the characteristics of organs or tissues. The grown organoids can then be used to study aspects of that organ type in a petri dish. One of the
Education Science

NASA Scientist Proves That The Speed Of Light Is Torturously Slow With These 3 Animations

Andrea D. Steffen
A scientist at NASA proves that the speed of light is torturously slow through 3 simple animations. His clever physics animations show how long it takes light to travel around the Earth, from Earth to
Science

MIT Finds Way to Turn Water Solid When It Should Be Boiling

Andrea D. Steffen
When water molecules are placed inside tiny carbon nanotubes they can stay frozen even when heated to boiling temperatures. The MIT researchers that discovered this phenomenon hope to use the “ice-filled tubes as wires to
Environment Science

Ancient Egyptian Blue Pigment Boosts Energy Efficiency

Andrea D. Steffen
Thousands of years ago, in ancient Egypt, a very special shade of blue was created. The Egyptians had used it in their depictions of God’s and royalty because of its radiance and beauty. Scientists today

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