Nanotechnology to Bid Goodbye to Implant Infections

Robotics, machine learning, electronics, and nanotechnology have made once severe procedures like hernia risk-free and less stressful. Patients no longer worry about recurrence and are able to walk out of the hospital a day after the procedure. Say No to Infection Now The patient’s medical implants are subject to bacterial infection at the time of […]

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Hyperdimensional Computing Theory to Create Memory Cells in Robots

Robotic process automation has penetrated into many industries worldwide through promising efficiency and accuracy in multiple operations. However, controversies arise once these robots fail in memorizing things, unlike human beings. Now, the question is – can a helping robot behave like humans in critical situations? Researchers from the University of Maryland have introduced a unique […]

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Broccoli Sprout Based Compound may Restore Brain Chemistry Imbalance

The researchers from the Johns Hopkins Medicine claimed to have set of chemicals imbalances in brains of people. These chemical imbalances have relation to chemical glutamate and especially with schizophrenia. Additionally, they searched a method to tweak the level using a broccoli-based compound. Supplementing broccoli sprout extract – a rich source of sulforaphane – may […]

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Few Vertebrate Animals Capable of Dealing Situations with Logic

Homo sapiens is the most logical and analytical specie in the animal kingdom. They primarily use transitive inference for logical reasoning. In the recent past, other species like birds, monkeys, and fish have also shown the ability to use transitive inference. However, honeybees did not pass the test due to their small nervous system that […]

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Micro Device to Study Blood Cells Opens Avenues for Organ on Chip

A new found device which is of a grain’s size makes it feasible to study cells and tiny particles in the human body. The new micro device helps in experimenting tailored in the areas of drug development and disease research using ‘Organ on Chip’ system. It also helps in testing water contamination and medical examination […]

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Scientists Develop Artificial Synapse for Speed and Durability

Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories and Stanford University are pursing neuromorphic computing. The exceptional ability of brain to remember, learn, and process huge amount of data is the inspiration behind the study. The scientist earlier developed a segment of computer, a device, who’s one part acted as an artificial synapse. This structure is similar to […]

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Pharmacogenetic tests to Drive Customized Prescription

Pinnacle Ventures, a well-known capital investment firm launched a pharmacogenomics programme. This programme helps performing genetic tests to generate customized prescriptions for the patients. Research team of Pinnacle Midlands Health Network, a non-profit primary healthcare management firm, New Zealand, performed study. Moreover, the team is researching on including biomarker data into EHRs and connecting it […]

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