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In order to make a complete rotation, the Earth is spinning at about 1,000 miles an hour. But how comes that nothing makes us aware of it?
We are most probably getting the tattoo work quite wrong and way simpler than it is. A new research suggests that our bodies might have an intriguing way of accepting and handling this decorations on out skin—and the findings could help in improving the process of removing them.
Ever wandered the taste of your name? Synesthesia is a rare neurological condition which causes individuals to feel the taste of names when pronounced or to hear colors due to senses entwine.
There is almost not a chance that you haven’t been told that something great will happen as long as you believe it is possible--the advantage of positive thinking. But what about the people who see the glass half empty? Is being pessimistic a bad thing? The latest research suggests that some pessimism may be beneficial.
The chemicals that this famous chain of fast food restaurants use in order to reduce oil splatter in fried potatoes seem to be the secret anti-baldness solution.
New 'brain to vehicle' system helps drivers ensure comfort and control by tapping into a driver's neurological activity in the brain.
Good timing is critical for many activities. Neuroscientists are using several models to explain how the brain achieves its control over timing. According to the most prominent one, there is a centralized clock, somewhere in the brain that keeps time for the entire brain.
One of the major multi-national studies on the field of suicides has identified the behavior patterns which showed as successful in pointing on suicide attempt. The findings of this study may lead to changes in clinical practice, especially in the care of patients suffering from depression, as it was shown that it is the major risk of suicide attempts.
Thanks to the lab-made diamond that can generate electricity made from upcycled radioactive waste, scientists from the University of Bristol Cabot Institute are hitting two birds with one stone.