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Research brings ‘smart hands’ closer to reality  Using your skin as a touchscreen has been brought a step closer after scientists successfully created tactile sensations on the palm using ultrasound sent through the hand.  Article: https://goo.gl/Ed59RS  Credit: https://www.sciencedaily.com  Picture Credit: https://i.ytimg.com/vi/2Kb4FCSwWeg/maxresdefault.jpg

Research brings ‘smart hands’ closer to reality Using your skin as a touchscreen has been brought a step closer after scientists successfully created tactile sensations on the palm using ultrasound sent through the hand. Article: https://goo.gl/Ed59RS Credit: https://www.sciencedaily.com Picture Credit: https://i.ytimg.com/vi/2Kb4FCSwWeg/maxresdefault.jpg

DNA | The physical structures that surround us all exude a sense of stability – be it the homes we live in or the roads that we travel on. They are built with the best of intentions to stand the test of time, but are all vulnerable to the inevitable threats of aging and decay. To salvage them, we use the tools at our disposal to repair them, iron out flaws and keep them whole. The very molecular structure that makes us who we are, DNA, is locked in the same perpetual struggle.

DNA | The physical structures that surround us all exude a sense of stability – be it the homes we live in or the roads that we travel on. They are built with the best of intentions to stand the test of time, but are all vulnerable to the inevitable threats of aging and decay. To salvage them, we use the tools at our disposal to repair them, iron out flaws and keep them whole. The very molecular structure that makes us who we are, DNA, is locked in the same perpetual struggle.

Nanobots: The rise of the molecular machines (video)

Nanobots: The rise of the molecular machines (video)

Processed Foods and Food Packaging Already Contain Nanoparticles - Some of Which Could Be Harmful to Our Health Our food supply is not nearly as safety-tested as we would like to believe. True, things are not as dire as they were in the early...

Researchers at the University of South Florida published an article in BioMed Central in 2004 summarizing the antiviral effects of THC and comparing THC with well-characterized antiviral drugs. They compiled data from the literature as well as from their own experimental results. The authors’ observations suggest that THC either directly or indirectly targets a viral …

Researchers at the University of South Florida published an article in BioMed Central in 2004 summarizing the antiviral effects of THC and comparing THC with well-characterized antiviral drugs. They compiled data from the literature as well as from their own experimental results. The authors’ observations suggest that THC either directly or indirectly targets a viral …

A Wide Expanse  The complex network that composes the cerebral vasculature allows the circulation of 18% of the total volume of blood in the body through the brain, allowing the transport of oxygen and nutrients that are essential to brain function.  Image: Superficial cerebral vasculature of mouse labeled "in situ" with rhodamine-phalloidin to stain actin, lectin HPA (Helix pomatia agglutinin)-Alexa 488 to label α-N-acetylgalactosamine residues, and Hoechst 33342 to stain DNA in cell…

A Wide Expanse The complex network that composes the cerebral vasculature allows the circulation of 18% of the total volume of blood in the body through the brain, allowing the transport of oxygen and nutrients that are essential to brain function. Image: Superficial cerebral vasculature of mouse labeled "in situ" with rhodamine-phalloidin to stain actin, lectin HPA (Helix pomatia agglutinin)-Alexa 488 to label α-N-acetylgalactosamine residues, and Hoechst 33342 to stain DNA in cell…

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