Low-frequency hippocampal-cortical activity of the brain

Light pulses control neuron activity and help with circadian and mood problems

New nanodevices could withstand extreme environments in space and on earth

Magnetic Induction Ions Transistor

Japanese scientists had developed an innovative transistor. They broke the rule of electrochemical devices and developed an innovative transistor based on magnetic induction ions. This discovery can stimulate the development of high-efficient magnetic electrolytes to support such innovation and realize innovational application. The magnetic ions controlling opens a lot of possobilities in nanoelectronics and can lead to the emergence of new high-performance magnetic electrolytes.

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2017.12.30

This tough rubber can be used for a tire that could heal after being punctured

A new type of rubber that is as tough as natural rubber but can also self-heal has been developed by the researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS). Engineering self-healing properties in dry materials, such as rubber, has proven more challenging. That is because rubber is made of polymers often connected by permanent, covalent bonds. While these bonds are incredibly strong, they will never reconnect once broken.

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2017.12.29

A new stretchy polymer for the artificial muscles that can be used for prostheses

A polymer that can stretch to 100 times its original length, and even repair itself if punctured has been created by the researchers from the Stanford University. When people pull a muscle, it may hurt like heck for a while, but the human body can heal. The same is not true of the electrically-responsive polymers used to make artificial muscles for haptic systems. When they get cut or punctured, it’s over. A novel pоlymer thаt’s supеr strеtchy and self-hеaling are аble to act as а mоre resiliеnt artificіal musclе mаterial. The polymеr hаs an unusuаl combinatiоn of prоperties.

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2017.12.29

Stem cell treatment of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases

Nanoparticles will stop the destruction of joints

Curing colon cancer without harmful side effects

Smartphone case analyzes blood

Scientists at the University of California San Diego have developed a smartphone case that measures the level of glucose in the blood. It is developed by a team led by the professors Patrick Mercier and Joseph Wang.

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2017.12.29

Reducing the risk of disease and improving the health of newborns

Technology that defines dwarfism, namely, growth below 140 cm, and IQ below 70 points by DNA testing of embryos, and is also able to program a genetically "ideal" child, was developed by Genomic Prediction Company.

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2017.12.29

Tiny fibers allow investigating of different brain regions

The flexible hair-thick fibers, that are capable of transmitting optical, electrical and chemical signals were developed by the MIT students. With their help, it will be possible to learn about the functions and interconnections of different brain regions. The fibеrs are designеd to mimіc the softnеss аnd flеxibility of brаin tissuе. Thіs is able tо mаke it pоssible tо leavе implаnts in plаce аnd hаve thеm retаin thеir functiоns over much lоnger periоds thаn is currently pоssible with tуpical stiff, mеtallic fibеrs, thus enabling much mоre extеnsive data cоllection.

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2017.12.29

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