Some people are terrified of the idea of having an electronic implant in their body, but it could truly provide some amazing health benefits.
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MIT designers, scientists and engineers are perfecting self-assembly technologies aimed at reimagining processes of construction, manufacturing and assembly at all scale-lengths.
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In an amazing presentation, Brazilian scientist Dr. Miguel Nicolelis outlines the evolution of brainwave translation using a brain computer interface.
Love is a complicated combination of brain chemicals and behavior that scientists are only just beginning to figure out. And it’s remarkable that in every society that we have looked at on Earth, romantic love exists. So if love is so universal, and there are 7 billion other people out there looking for it, why can it seem like it’s so hard to find?
Flight has fascinated humanity for ages. We’re always looking for the perfect recipe to get airborne affordably and effectively.