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Announcing a major breakthrough, Navy researchers for the first time have converted seawater into CO2 and hydrogen, which could be used to produce jet fuel within a decade.

Announcing a major breakthrough, Navy researchers for the first time have converted seawater into CO2 and hydrogen, which could be used to produce jet fuel within a decade.

Aerobic exercise shows promise for treatment of wounded warriors with mild traumatic brain

Aerobic exercise shows promise for treatment of wounded warriors with mild traumatic brain

New research indicates that in patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or indigestion, there is a distinct brain-to-gut pathway, where psychological symptoms begin first, and separately a distinct gut-to-brain pathway, where gut symptoms start first.

A new technique for growing human hepatocytes in the laboratory has now been described by a team of researchers. This groundbreaking development could help advance a variety of liver-related research and applications, from studying drug toxicity to creating bio-artificial liver support for patients awaiting transplantations.

Functional human liver cells grown in the lab

A new technique for growing human hepatocytes in the laboratory has now been described by a team of researchers. This groundbreaking development could help advance a variety of liver-related research and applications, from studying drug toxicity to creating bio-artificial liver support for patients awaiting transplantations.

8 Places Where You Shouldn't Travel Alone  --                                     photo: moscow_redsquare.jpg

8 places where you shouldn't travel alone

8 Places Where You Shouldn't Travel Alone -- photo: moscow_redsquare.jpg

Stanford engineers have created a plastic "skin" that can detect how hard it is being pressed and generate an electric signal to deliver this sensory input directly to a living brain cell.

Stanford engineers have created a plastic "skin" that can detect how hard it is being pressed and generate an electric signal to deliver this sensory input directly to a living brain cell.

Meet Kenshiro, developed by Japanese researchers as a bio-inspired humanoid robot. Learn more: http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/humanoids/kenshiro-robot-gets-new-muscles-and-bones

Meet Kenshiro, developed by Japanese researchers as a bio-inspired humanoid robot. Learn more: http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/humanoids/kenshiro-robot-gets-new-muscles-and-bones

Could technology one day allow Seamless Brain-to-Brain (and Machine) communication?

I can read your mind

Could technology one day allow Seamless Brain-to-Brain (and Machine) communication?

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