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Magic Mushroom to Treat Depression, Possible According to Studies

Magic Mushroom to Treat Depression is Possible According to Studies

*Disclaimer* The following article should not be interpreted as medical diagnosis or treatment advice. If you're concerned about depression or mental illness, contact your general physician or psychiatrist. A recently published study suggested that eating...
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Why Scientists Make Real Animals Interact With VR in the Lab

New VR technologies are allowing living animals to interact with computer controlled stimulus. How useful are the observations? If we could dress up as a convincing elephant, we might figure out why elephants are afraid...
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New Thin Film Solar Cells Create Possibilities for Better Devices

Edgy Labs delves into the world of microelectronic semiconductors as we explore the new thin film solar cell technology that may expand possibilities for cheaper, and more efficient, devices. Over the past half-century, scientists have...
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How the First Ever ‘Molecular Robot’ Modifies Molecules

Scientists have created the first nanomachine in the world that can be programmed to manipulate molecules. Mimicking the biological processes of atomic recombination, scientists have been dreaming of nanomachines that can be instructed to manipulate...
IBM Just Simulated Chemistry

IBM Just Simulated Chemistry With a Quantum Computer

IBM scientists have managed to pull a record-breaking molecule simulation using a quantum processor, opening new promising paths to chemistry and materials science. When chemists conduct experiments, they sometimes have to manipulate all kinds of...
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3 Cancer Killing Breakthroughs you Should Know About

The field of oncology, the way cancer is diagnosed and treated, is getting revolutionized by many scientific breakthroughs. Behind CVDs (cardiovascular diseases), cancer is the second leading cause of death globally, responsible for 1 in...
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The Future Could be Made of “Artificial Atoms” or Nanocrystals

By accident, scientists discovered that nanocrystals can self-assemble into complex superlattices very quickly. The process could be tuned to make novel materials for electronics, soar cells and catalysts. Formerly the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, the SLAC...
Artificial Intelligence to Classify Plant Species

Scientists Use Artificial Intelligence to Classify Plant Species

Deep learning algorithms were trained to recognize and classify thousands of plant and animal specimen, with great results. Can you tell the difference between a cheetah and a leopard, an alpaca and a llama, a...
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DNA Movies Debut at a Theater Inside You

Using gene editing, biologists at Harvard took one of the first motion pictures ever recorded in history and encoded it into bacterial DNA. In their quest to find efficient data storage systems, scientists are exploring...
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Biobag Grows Baby Sheep; We are Close to Cloning Humans

Scientists have developed an extra-uterine womb, called a "biobag," and successfully used it to grow baby sheep. This artificial womb could help bring prematurely born babies to term as well as enable a new type of...