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Using a mind reading device, 'locked-in' patients told researchers they're happy

Using a mind reading device, 'locked-in' patients told researchers they're happy By using a brain-computer interface, the team from the Wyss Center in Geneva successfully communicated with patients suffering from complete locked-in syndrome (CLIS), a devastating neurological condition.A less advanced form of the condition, simply known as locked-in syndrome, refers to patients who retain some small control over their eye movements.

Mind-reading machine helps 'locked-in' patients communicate

Mind-reading machine helps 'locked-in' patients communicate Researchers in Europe have developed a brain-computer interface that's able to translate brainwaves and blood flow into "yes" or "no" responses.Patients suffering from "'locked-in syndrome" experience complete paralysis, including the inability to blink.

You Can’t Handle the Truth.

You Can’t Handle the Truth. if OF TIMES RECENT PRESIDENTSBANNED IMMIGRATION"TPNEA.nnmREAGAN "BANNED IMMIGRATION" TOSPECIFIC GROUPS OF PEOPLE 5 TIMESBUSH SR.

Wow fucking research! Amazing.

Wow fucking research! Amazing. Top Ten Countries with Largest Muslim PopulationCountry Muslim Population‘ Muslims, as on orbital"Indonesia 209, 120 000 87%India 176190 000 14%Pulaski: 000 95%Bangladesh 133 540 000 90%Nigeria 77.Obama had that list of countries marked as "dangerous"during his presidency.

MIT is developing the super battery of your dreams

MIT is developing the super battery of your dreams Now, MIT researchers believe they have taken the first steps forward in the development of all-solid-state lithium-ion batteries, according to new research published in Advanced Energy Materials.In non-nerd speak, that basically means batteries that could store more energy—meaning less trips to a power outlet.

DARPA designed tech that can snag 1,100-pound drones right out of the air

DARPA designed tech that can snag 1,100-pound drones right out of the air Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is working on a way to launch drones into flight and then snag them right out of the air with a system that can be loaded onto a truck or ship.The agency recently released test footage of the next-gen drone tech, currently being developed under the callsign SideArm.

OP enrolls in Research class.

OP enrolls in Research class. I Anonymous ()2/ OWW T( Tue) [Reply].ebs meZuniHive in a country where english is a secondary languagereasearch classSC) i need to ace thismats formed in groupsreach group works en a certain topictreacher gives us group workewe split the work equallybi volunteered to be the editor ofthe groupwe home and finish my part alter proofreading it and checking fergrammatical errorsbi receive mysail ofthem submittedofthem even hat out submitted a whole article straight out ofthe first google results page without anychanges done to itbi pm them and to revise itedits ofthem submitted a revised work with no improvements whatsoevertthe guy who "submitted" the plagiarized article wont respondtthe rest dida/ t submit a revision at allappend the whole night doing their part with few identifications to their original workenext day we submitted itewe were commended bythe professoroak "our" workegoogle article asshole was showing off eur grade to other groupsI want to fucking die.

More proof that 2017 is just 'Black Mirror' IRL: Bee drones

More proof that 2017 is just 'Black Mirror' IRL: Bee drones The Japanese research team hopes to take some of the pressure off the existing bee population with its artificial pollinators.The research team applied the gels to insect-sized remote control drones rigged with horse hair to mimic a bee's fuzzy body.

Nation's innovation report card shows it can, and should, do better

Nation's innovation report card shows it can, and should, do better The Office of Innovation and Science Australia released its review of the Australian innovation system this week, largely to a chorus of "heard it all before" from those close to the industry.Tony Peacock, CEO of the Cooperative Research Centres Association, likens it to a school report: Janey tries but she could do so much better.

Mark Zuckerberg is Spider-Man thanks to new, ultra-cool VR gloves

Mark Zuckerberg is Spider-Man thanks to new, ultra-cool VR gloves That's what I'm doing here," he wrote.Yes, Mark Zuckerberg is actually being Spider-Man in this photo.

Ladies, here are the best moves to drop on the dance floor

Ladies, here are the best moves to drop on the dance floor Although the study in Scientific Reports is confusingly called "Optimal asymmetry and other motion parameters that characterise high-quality female dance," there are some serious nuggets of dance floor gold hidden in the jargon.For the small study, 39 heterosexual females between 18 and 30 years old were recorded using 3D motion-capture as they danced to a basic beat.

Hopefully Your Dog Doesn't Think You're Kind of a Jerk

Hopefully Your Dog Doesn't Think You're Kind of a Jerk But did you know that your dog might actually be judging you based on certain types of behaviors?It all stems from a study where dogs and monkeys were tested by James Anderson of Kyoto University.

Origami-inspired kevlar shield provides portable, quick-deploy cover for police

Origami-inspired kevlar shield provides portable, quick-deploy cover for police That may be about to change, however, courtesy of a new research project coming out of Utah’s Brigham Young University.What engineers at BYU have developed is an origami-inspired, lightweight bulletproof shield designed to protect officers from gunfire.