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Patterns of Brain Activity Direct Specific Body Movements

Study in mice answers long-standing scientific question about the brain’s ability to drive movement. New research by Columbia scientists offers fresh insight into how the...

Smart Walk Assist Improves Rehabilitation

A mobile harness suspended from the ceiling is now equipped with intelligent motion analysis for tailored walking rehabilitation in people suffering from spinal cord...

More than 8. 3 billion tons of plastics made: Most has now been discarded

Humans have created 8.3 billion metric tons of plastics since large-scale production of the synthetic materials began in the early 1950s, and most of...

Folding robots: No battery, no wire, no problem

Wireless magnetic fields and actuator 'muscles' allow folding robots to move without batteries The traditional Japanese art of origami transforms a simple sheet of paper...

Turkey leaks secret locations of US – French troops in Syria

Turkey’s state news agency on Tuesday published the locations of secret US military bases in Syria as well as details on the numbers of...

Hackers Could Easily Take Remote Control of Your Segway Hoverboards

Thomas Kilbride, a security researcher from security firm IOActive, have discovered several critical vulnerabilities in Segway Ninebot miniPRO that could be exploited by hackers to remotely...

Hackers Steal $32 Million in Ethereum From 3 Multisig Wallets

If you have stored funds at Parity Technologies, a smart contract coding firm, multi-signature wallet then it is the right time to move them...

Ships Can Be Hacked By Exploiting VSAT Communication System

Satellite antenna systems are not spared from vulnerabilities and are quite prone to cyber-attacks, which makes devices and machinery from which these systems are connected to...

Heavy Drinking During Adolescence Has Dire Effects on the Brain

Heavy alcohol use or binge drinking during adolescence and young adulthood, alter brain structures and function, leading to reduced cognitive abilities and increased risk...

Playing in the Dirt As A Kid Makes Later Life Chronic Disease Less Likely

Thom McDade realized early in his career that a lab was not the best place to study human development. As a young anthropologist, he traveled...