Scientists process brain signals to reconstruct human-visible computer images

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A new system that analyzes the brain waves and reads the mind was announced in a new study, and now it appears in bioRxiv (an open access preprint repository for the biological sciences). According to the author, “observation of different categories of visual stimuli causes a clear brain condition that can be deciphered by non-invasive electroencephalography”. This means that even… Read more »

Non-ignitable lithium-ion battery developed by researchers

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“Non-burning” lithium-ion batteries were developed by a group of researchers at the Johns Hopkins Institute of Applied Physics (APL). According to the press release, it is a water-based lithium battery that is designed to continue to operate in extreme conditions, such as underwater or after an impact or cut. Lithium-ion batteries are always susceptible to sudden fires and events that… Read more »

Ghrelin can increase the urge to exercise, according to new discoveries

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As observed by some researchers when conducting experiments with mice, restricting access to food increases the level of a specific hormone called ghrelin, which can increase motivation for exercise. This study, published in the Journal of Endocrinology, describes how increasing levels of this hormone can cause mice to spontaneously initiate exercise or physical activity. According to the same investigator, this… Read more »