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Memory loss is one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer's and heartbreaking for loved ones to watch progress. Scientists had assumed for a long time that the disease destroys how those memories are encoded and makes them disappear forever. A new paper published Wednesday by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Nobel Prize-winning...
For years, the Pentagon has pursued the dream of directed energy weaponry - laser weapons that could defeat a foe for pennies when compared with the expensive kinetic weapons the department relies on. The time has finally come where those weapons are capable of being fielded, according to a trio...
If you want to harness the full power of stem cells, all you might need is an eraser. If they can't read that manual, the cells regain their full stem cell power - the power to become any kind of cell in the body. It's the first time that scientists have...
A new study of the exotic "Motors" that bacteria use to swim reveals details of how they "Swim" that may make it possible to design specific drugs that sabotage the flagella in targeted bacterial species. Their visualizations of these motors explain the differences in swimming ability, mathematically accounting for differences...
The South Korean government announced Thursday it would spend 1 trillion won by 2020 to boost the artificial intelligence industry. "Once the private companies set up the research institute, the government will provide financial support for core R&D projects," the ministry said. The envisioned facility, tentatively named the Intelligence Information Technology...
A new restaurant chain called Eatsa is unlike any fast-food chain we've seen before. The restaurant is almost fully automated, functioning like a vending machine that spits out freshly-prepared quinoa bowls. When customers enter Eatsa, they order their food at an iPad kiosk. Hidden behind the wall of cubbies, kitchen staff prepare...
Researchers are now reporting that they have found a way to produce cartilage tissue by 3-D bioprinting an ink containing human cells, and they have successfully tested it in an in vivo mouse model. The development could one day lead to precisely printed implants to heal damaged noses, ears and...
After first being teased at E3 2015, AMD has finally made its dual Fury GPU official. Dubbed the Radeon Pro Duo, the card combines two of AMD's top tier Fiji GPUs onto a single card, resulting in a claimed 16 teraflops of compute performance. AMD's previous dual-GPU card, the R9 295X2,...
Alzheimer's disease could be caused by viruses like herpes, a group of renowned dementia experts have warned, as they call for urgent investigation into the link. The editorial in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease suggests that viral or bacterial infections trigger the plaque buildup in the first place. Professor Douglas Kell...
Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the western world. Yin is using zebrafish to study the regeneration of heart tissue because of the amazing capacity of these common aquarium fish to regenerate the form and function of almost any body part, including heart, bone, skin and blood...

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