Magnetic Bioelectronics Could Make for Better Neural ImplantsNews
A team of Rice University engineers has introduced the first neural implant that can be both programmed and charged remotely with a magnetic field.
Women who go on to develop type 2 diabetes after having gestational, or pregnancy-related, diabetes are more likely to have particular genetic profiles, suggests an analysis by researchers at the National Institutes of Health and other institutions.READ MORE
The scent of a romantic partner can improve sleep, suggests new psychology research from the University of British Columbia.
Scientists used planes equipped with an airborne visible infrared imaging spectrometer to fly over 20,000 square miles of the Arctic landscape in the hope of detecting potentially harmful methane hotspots. The instrument did not disappoint.READ MORE
A research group has developed a new computing circuit that can execute advanced operations, typical of neural networks for artificial intelligence, in one single operation. The circuit paves the way for a new generation of artificial intelligence computing accelerators that are more energy efficient and more sustainable on a global scale.READ MORE
Scientists have discovered hundreds of unusually large, bacteria-killing viruses with a complexity normally associated with living organisms.READ MORE
A large-scale, multi-center study has provided insights into brain changes in those with a rare genetic disorder associated with schizophrenia.READ MORE
Cats and dogs excrete some harmful PFAS in their feces at levels that suggest exposures above the minimum risk level, which could also have implications for the pets’ owners.READ MORE
A new study has found that that risk of malnourishment is linked to psychological distress among Canadians aged 45 years and older.READ MORE
Dozens of molecular steps that bring about endometrial cancer have been analyzed, helping form a clearer "molecular roadmap" of events that fuel the disease.READ MORE