Neuroscience

Atomic Force Microscopy May Lead To Detecting Dementia In The Blood

For a pilot study, a team examined blood samples from 50 patients and 16 healthy subjects. Using atomic force microscopy technology, they analyzed the surface of around 1000 red blood cells per person without knowing anything about their state of health.  ...

Article - News Staff - Sep 27 2021 - 3:49pm

People Are Sick Of People- It's Time To Make Robots More Social

It's nice that a robot can fold a towel really, really slowly, but they're going to remain an academic gimmick until they can engage in social interactions. Then they could replace people. If you have spent any time on Twitter, you know people ar ...

Article - News Staff - Nov 4 2021 - 6:25pm

Epidemiologists Link DDT From The 1970s To Modern Autism Diagnoses

DDT was banned by a politician in the US in 1972 and was banned a few years later in Finland, so how can it be causing autism now? The answer is statistics. The same curve that can show autism is linked to organic food can link autism to anything and if yo ...

Article - Hank Campbell - Dec 14 2021 - 4:56pm

Does Learning A Foreign Language Stimulate Cerebral Growth?

The thought that learning language stimulates brain growth may never have crossed your mind, but the truth is that language learning challenges your brain and stimulates it to stay pliable and strong. Regardless of your age, learning a new language can bo ...

Article - Anton Lucanus - Jan 7 2022 - 11:53pm

SARS-CoV-2 Is A Respiratory Virus, But 'Long Covid' Effects In The Brain Are Real

All coronaviruses, and certainly SARS-CoV-2, have become famous as a respiratory virus, but acute COVID-19 infection has been linked to many different organ systems, including the brain, resulting in a wide range of neurological complications with long-las ...

Article - News Staff - Jan 20 2022 - 7:38pm