Scientists have created an AI helmet that reads thoughts and converts them into text

A team of scientists has announced that using a helmet equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) sensors, they can turn a person's thoughts into written words. New Scientist writes about this. In the study, participants wore a cap that recorded the electrical activity of the brain through the skin...

Stop believing them immediately: 10 health myths

Ten false health myths have become ingrained in our minds. Webmd tried to debunk each of the myths. 1. Drink eight glasses of water a day There is no need to count the cups you drink. Research shows that people who drink a glass of water get enough fluid to stay...

Scientists have created the whitest paint in the world: with it you can do without air conditioning in homes

A few years after the world went crazy for vantablack (a material that can absorb almost all light), a new shade has emerged at the other end of the spectrum. It's white paint that reflects light so much that one day it could be the solution...

2023 could become the hottest year in the last 125 thousand years: the temperature on Earth has surpassed a critical level

High temperatures in October suggest with great confidence that 2023 is likely to be the warmest year on record. The BBC reported in more detail. Experts do not think that November and December will be able to significantly affect the situation, especially given the warm start...

This bacterium could change the world: scientists have high hopes for plastic-eating microorganisms

In 2001, a group of Japanese scientists made a startling discovery at a garbage dump. In trenches filled with dirt and waste, they found a slimy film of bacteria that happily chewed on plastic bottles, toys and other small items. By breaking down garbage, bacteria obtained energy from carbon...

Intermittent fasting is very popular: how effective it really is

Researchers have found that synchronizing calorie intake synchronizes circadian rhythms in many organ systems in mice. Does it work on humans, Scitech Daily said. Numerous studies have shown the health benefits of time-restricted food intake, including increased life expectancy…

'Smart' toilet, dead spiders and passionate anchovies: why the Ig Nobel Prize was awarded in 2023

At the 33rd Ig Nobel Prize ceremony at Harvard University, winners were announced for their unusual and sometimes eccentric research in various fields of knowledge. This year's winners include works related to such topics as the reasons why scientists lick stones, sensations,…

Scientists have created a vaccine that can reverse autoimmune diseases

Researchers from the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering, led by Professor Jeffrey Hubbell, have demonstrated that their drug can reverse the autoimmune response associated with multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune diseases. Scitech Daily reported in more detail. Researchers from the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) at the University of Chicago...

Scientists have learned how to make strong concrete using coffee grounds

A team of researchers from the RMIT University in Australia has discovered that coffee grounds can be used as a substitute for silica in the concrete production process. If the correct proportions are observed, then this method gives a much stronger chemical bond than sand. The Yahoo! edition told in more detail. …

Scientists have invented a drug that destroys cancerous tumors without harm to the body: behind this is the story of a 9-year-old girl

Cancer has a powerful new enemy - and it's all due to a 9-year-old girl with an unforgettable smile. What does this child have to do with the cure for cancer, the New York Post explained. Researchers have developed a drug containing a molecule called AOH1996. She destroys everything...

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