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NPR | Scientist deploys light and sound for photoacoustic brain imaging

Try to look inside the brain, and you're not going to get very far. But photoacoustic imaging may be a solution for the shortcomings of conventional imaging. It uses lasers to make the brain sing.

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A Real-Time Visualization Of Electrical Activity In The Brain Is Here And It’s Beautiful

National Geographic: Are These the Oldest Modern Human Fossils Ever Found?

Skulls found in Morocco confirm the human evolutionary story, but it may be more complex than we thought.

A few weeks ago, I wrote about Ray Kurzweil's wild prediction that in the 2030s, nanobots will connect our brains to the cloud, merging biology with the digital world. Let's... read more

Hacking the Brain — Restoring Lost Abilities With the Latest Neurotechnologies - Singularity HUB

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Dan McLerran - Google+

Neurologists scratch their heads on how we convert the data deluge from our eyes

Science still battles to understand the human eye

Neurologists scratch their heads on how we convert the data deluge from our eyes

Engineered Stem Cells James Thomson of the University of Wisconsin Cellular Dynamics Center first pioneered engineered stem cells. The aim of engineered stem cells is to revolutionize the way medical practitioners screen drugs and study disease. With the help of cells from patients with various diseases, any infirmity can now be cured.

25 Cutting Edge Technologies That Will Change The World

These 25 cutting edge technologies that will change the world are hopeful indicators to a brighter future.

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Beyond The Nasty Needle: Trying To Make Vaccines More Comfy And Convenient

Alternatives To Vaccination Shots Are In Development : Shots - Health News : NPR

Tiny implantable solar panels could help the blind see one day | Fusion

Tiny Implantable Solar Panels Could Help the Blind See One Day

Tiny implantable solar panels could help the blind see one day | Fusion

Scientists Give a Chrysanthemum the Blues

Scientists Give a Chrysanthemum the Blues

The chrysanthemums created in Japan have passed the stringent criteria of the RHS colour scale, which requires plants to be faced north towards the light before being measured against a detailed chart

A colloidal quantum dot spectrometer that fits on your cell phone and let you scan for skin cancer

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With Tiny Smartphone Spectrometers, Everybody Can Be A Chemist

How the brain's neuroplasticity lets us substitute one sense for another—and invent new ones.

Rewiring the Brain to Create New Senses

How the brain& neuroplasticity lets us substitute one sense for another—and invent new ones.

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Brain plasticity after vision loss has an ‘on-off switch’

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Hospital To Nurses: Your Injuries Are Not Our Problem

Hospital To Nurses: Your Injuries Are Not Our Problem

When Terry Cawthorn severely injured her back on the job, Mission Hospital refused to take responsibility — an attitude toward nurses that NPR found in hospitals across the U.

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