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DARPA Looks To Mechanize Human Brains

04/28/2015, The amalgamation of man and machine – isn’t this the utopian life, where one will be able to have that emotional connection, and yet make all the logical choices, not to mention not having to go through degenerative brain diseases that would...

Samsung Helps Develop App That Slows Down Alzheimer’s Side Effects

04/27/2015, Alzheimer’s disease is where the memories of the person is slowly destroyed over time along with other important mental functions, and while a cure for the disease is still being worked on, Samsung hopes to do its part by trying to slow its side effects...

Chinese Scientists Develop First Genetically Edited Human Embryo

04/23/2015, The science of giving birth to babies created through a genetically modified embryo is not a common phenomenon. In fact, scientists had avoided in experimenting under the field due to a slew of disagreements involving it being unethical in nature....

Heal Wants To Be The Uber For Doctors Making House Calls

04/20/2015, If you’re sick, chances are you might drop by the clinic or in more severe cases, the hospital. However wouldn’t it be better and easier if you could get a doctor to swing by your house or your location? Granted home visits aren’t anything new, but...

JINS Eyewear Opens Robot-Driven Flagship U.S Store

04/13/2015, JINS Eyewear is the leading eyewear brand in Japan and we were invited to its flagship store opening in San Francisco on Thursday night, just as it said late last year. Located in Union Square, the 4,900 feet first US-based store officially opened to the...

Wasabi Could Play Role In New Pain Meds

04/08/2015, If you happen to have a great love for Japanese food, especially sushi, then I am quite sure that you are also familiar with the wasabi burn – a mistake that many a novice have had to experience before he or she realizes that a large dollop of...

LED Bulbs Could Offer Malaria Protection

04/08/2015, We do know that the choice of lighting in your home is more often than not an aesthetic one, although some of us have made the mental switch to pick up lighting that is also easy on the pockets at the end of the month due to the relatively little amount...

Computer Keyboards Can Be Used To Diagnose Parkinson’s Disease

04/03/2015, We all use keyboards with our computers on an almost daily basis, but the tool that is used to type words, play games, navigate the web, and so on could be used for so much more, such as the diagnosing of early stage Parkinson’s disease. This was...

Smart Walking Aid Assists Those With Limited Peripheral Vision

03/31/2015, There are smartphones and smart watches these days, but so too, have we come across the likes of smart walking sticks in the past. Smart walking sticks do come in handy to assist visually impaired people in their moving around, since it would help them in...

Japanese Firm Develops Bionic Arm That Connects To Your Smartphone

03/23/2015, Nowadays our smartphone acts like a hub for other gadgets and accessories, such as wireless headsets, a remote camera control for certain camera models that have WiFi and accompanying apps, smartwatches and fitness bands where our smartphone notifications...

Robotic Hand Could Help With Stroke Patient Rehabilitation

03/23/2015, Stroke patients vary in terms of their recovery progress, where some of them are able to regain their usual mobility without missing a beat in no time at all, while others remain bedridden for the longest time, losing all hope of ever returning to their...