A startup named Genos plans to sequence the entirety of the human genome, albeit in the future. For now, the company aims to sequence a segment of the genome known as the exome. The exome is part of the genome that express its information into proteins. It constitutes around 1 percent of the human genome.
Once we consider that members of any society are simply too complex, the study suggests, we are able to understand that the systems of government currently available fail to meet our expectations.
With research into ‘no drill’ oral care techniques, new oral health evidence discovered by Australian researchers suggest that many of us have nothing to worry about.
Einstein offered a vision of space time as a single thing, as a four dimensional block in which the past and the future are just like spatial dimensions. They’re just like north and south in the equations of physics.
Birth control inequality: men are unwilling to deal with the uncomfortable side effects of male birth control methods that mimic what women have been using for decades. Read this.
Jawwad Patel said the motivations for inventing the Dewdrop came after witnessing residents in the town Latur living without clean drinking water. That experience encouraged Patel to commence work on the Dewdrop, with it mind to help the Latur residents.
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Also included on the list of the most amazing innovations are: agriculture, sailing ships, the internal combustion engine, the camera, and many more.
Researchers at Duke University and the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio looked specifically at this second phenomenon in a longitudinal neuroimaging study of adolescents, in order to better understand how early life stress contributes to depression.
According to a report by CB Insights updated on October 7, in a race to corner the artificial intelligence market, close to 140 private artificial intelligence companies have been consolidated in the last five years.
Steven Kotler explains the neurochemical changes during flow states that strengthen motivation, creativity and learning. “The brain produces a giant cascade of neurochemistry. You get norepinephrine, dopamine, anandamide, serotonin and endorphins. All five of these are performance enhancing neurochemicals.
According to The New Yorker’s Tad Friend:“Many people in Silicon Valley have become obsessed with the simulation hypothesis, the argument that what we experience as reality is in fact fabricated in a computer.” Because of this, two tech billionaires have gone so far as to secretly engage scientists to work on breaking us out of the simulation.”
A 2012 University of Kansas study found that hiking increases attention spans and creative analytical skills by as much as 50%. The researchers found that exposure to nature can restore prefrontal cortex-mediated executive processes (or higher order cognitive functions) such as selective attention, problem solving, inhibition, and multi-tasking.
Can the season that you were born in affect your personality? New research shows that the season you are born has a significant impact on your risk of developing mood disorders. People born at certain times of year may have a greater chance of developing certain types of affective temperaments, which in turn can lead to mood disorders. Read More: Birth season affects your mood in later life