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Paralyzed Woman Can Speak Through Digital Avatar

A woman with severe paralysis has regained the ability to communicate using an avatar, thanks to technology translating her brain signals into speech and facial expressions. This development offers potential benefits for those who have lost their ability to speak...

Mozart May Work as a Painkiller for Babies

Playing Mozart's music may have a painkiller effect on babies during medical procedures, a new study reports. This applies to situations in which infants undergo an unpleasant procedure, such as taking blood from the heel for analysis. Listening to music...

New Enzyme Turns Air into Electricity

Researchers have recently found a new enzyme that turns atmospheric hydrogen into electricity. The research published in the journal Nature explains atmospheric hydrogen oxidation by enzymes. The research team, led by Dr. Rhys Grinter, Ph.D. student Ashleigh Kropp, and Professor...

First Direct Evidence That Babies React to Taste in the Womb

A study led by Durham University in U.K. gives the first evidence that unborn babies react to taste in the womb.

New Study Denies the Greek Origin of Kalash Tribe in Pakistan

A new scientific research denies that the Kalash, an isolated ethnic group living for centuries in Pakistan's Hindu Kush mountain range, are the direct descendants of Alexander the Great's ancient Greek-Macedonian armies that invaded the region in the fourth century B.C. During the...