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Brain-to-Brain Communication Prompts Questions about Mind-Reading

November 7, 2019

Scientists have used new technology for humans to communicate via thought, a study claims. The study, published in the scientific journal “Scientific Reports,” said subjects worked successfully to play a Tetris-like game between two rooms. This “Internet of Brains” raises fresh concerns about spying on thoughts. […]

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Rats Learn to Drive Tiny Cars, Proving Rodent Neuroplasticity

October 31, 2019

Scientists have trained rats to drive little cars to find food, The University of Richmond reported. Not only are the rats capable of operating the miniature vehicles, but they also seem to enjoy it. Rodents’ abilities to learn may be greater than previously thought. […]

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Why the Inventors of Lithium-ion Batteries Won a Nobel Prize

October 16, 2019

The three scientists who invented lithium-ion batteries won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry, CNBC reported. The revolutionary rechargeable batteries have powered a wide range of electronics since their invention in 1991. It was a long road from early energy storage. […]

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Cape Cod Ramps Up Shark Safety, But Which Species Are Dangerous?

September 7, 2019

Cape Cod is investing in new beach tech to prevent shark attack deaths, according to NPR. Beach towns in the area are adding taller lifeguard chairs, emergency phones, and more. At the same time, some species of shark are known to flee upon seeing us. So who’s who? […]

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