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Study Suggests Women are More Prone to Drug Addiction

Study Suggests Women are More Prone to Drug Addiction

According to a new study women are more prone to drug addiction as well as triggers to relapses due to their hormonal cycles. The research was first of its kind, where the researchers studied the…

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Study Suggests Metabolic Age of Female Brain is less than Male Brain

Study Suggests Metabolic Age of Female Brain is less than Male Brain

Researchers conducted a human brain scan to reveal that variation exists in the brain metabolism rate of male and female. Scientists studying human brain have found that women’s brains are nearly four years younger than…

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Insoles Stimulates Feet Nerves To Combat Parkinson’s Symptoms

Insoles Stimulates Feet Nerves To Combat Parkinson’s Symptoms

A startup called Naboso Technology developed a customized footwear insole that is reportedly able to improve balance and stability for people suffering from Parkinson’s Footwear integrated with in-built laser-pointing tech and robotic components is gaining…

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Samsung to Offer 1 TB Storage Chips In New Smartphones

Samsung to Offer 1 TB Storage Chips In New Smartphones

Samsung announced mass production of 1 TB embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) chips for successor to the Galaxy Note 9 The first UFS chips that Samsung developed had a capacity of 128GB, and were launched…

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New System to Translate Brain Signals Directly into Speech

New System to Translate Brain Signals Directly into Speech

A team of neuroengineers at the Columbia University designed a system that translates thought into intelligible, recognizable speech. The innovative system is capable to reconstruct the words by monitoring the brain activity. This revolutionary findings…

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Researchers Built Nonstatistician Device to Analyze Raw Data

Researchers Built Nonstatistician Device to Analyze Raw Data

MIT researchers are using new techniques for democratization of data science with the help of a new tool for nonstatisticians that automatically generates models for analyzing raw data. With democratizination of science data, any person…

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Umklapp Scattering Degrades High-Temperature Mobility of Charge Carriers in Graphene

Umklapp Scattering Degrades High-Temperature Mobility of Charge Carriers in Graphene

Researchers at University of Manchester found that umklapp electron–electron scattering causes excess resistivity in graphene superlattices A team of researchers from the U.K., Japan and the U.S. at the University of Manchester found that Umklapp…

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Gut Microbes Signals Nerve Cells in Brain

Gut Microbes Signals Nerve Cells in Brain

Researchers at Caltech discovered a unique link between gut bacteria and brain signals in fruit flies. Certain microbes present in the gut of fruit flies are capable of signaling the nerve cells in the brain…

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Micron Technology to Capitalize AI-Based Startup Companies

Micron Technology to Capitalize AI-Based Startup Companies

Micron Technology announced on October 10, 2018, that it plans to invest around US$ 100 million in startup companies looking forwards to focus on artificial intelligence technologies  The company will be investing in startups that…

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New Theory Finds Multiple Stochastic Pathway in Peptide–Lipid Interaction

New Theory Finds Multiple Stochastic Pathway in Peptide–Lipid Interaction

A team of researchers from University of Missouri found the interaction behavior of protein molecules with the membranes. The cells inside the human body are of different shapes and sizes, and are surrounded by a…

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