If you wake up right after having a dream, you might remember its details vividly, but usually we go back to sleep and lose those memories.
New technology that translates text from implanted neural array signals to a computer aims to improve communication that’s ‘as effortless as speaking.’
Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History have used a new tool in comparative linguistics to examine emotional concepts across the world.
Researchers at King's College London found that after the 2016 Brexit vote, the volume of antidepressants prescribed increased 13.4 percent relative to the other medicines studied.
In the first three months of this year, border forces in Bangladesh and Myanmar seized nearly 9 million methamphetamine pills.
Enhanced human intelligence. We've chased it for centuries. Now that it's possible, one very important question arises: at what cost?
Why do some people have awesome memories in old age? A study hopes to reveal the secret of those who manage to keep memories equivalent to people many years younger
Scientists from Japan and Australia have led a new study together saying a new blood test can detect a toxic protein known as amyloid beta, linked to Alzheimer's.
The work brings possibility of human cloning closer, but the scientists behind the breakthrough say that's not the aim.
Ahmet Ustunel’s bid to kayak solo across Istanbul’s famous waterway means developing an electronic navigational guide for the visually impaired. His project draws inspiration from some extraordinary inventors, some of whom are themselves blind.
Drug currently in trial appears to slow onset of disease for early stage patients.
World Bank and UNICEF says millions of children under age of five are at risk of never reaching their full developmental potential, calling world leaders to invest more on child programs
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