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This Implant Could Give Humans Sight 3 Times Better Than 20/20

This Implant Could Give Humans Sight 3 Times Better Than 20/20

mag813 May 23, 2015 0

Good news for everyone with blurry vision or a strong desire to become Superman. The Ocumetics Bionic Lens may give you 60/20 eyesight — three times better than 20/20. It’s a major leap in

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L’Oreal is Printing Human Skin

L’Oreal is Printing Human Skin

mag813 May 20, 2015 0

L’Oreal have announced a partnership with bioprinting startup Organovo to figure out how to mass produce 3D printed skin that replicates living human skin, to test new products for toxicity and efficacy. The deal

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First Warm-Blooded Fish Found

First Warm-Blooded Fish Found

mag813 May 15, 2015 0

The car-tire-size opah is striking enough thanks to its rotund, silver body. But now, researchers have discovered something surprising about this deep-sea dweller: It’s got warm blood. That makes the opah (Lampris guttatus) the

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Study Reveals Electrically Stimulating the Brain Can Enhance Creativity

Study Reveals Electrically Stimulating the Brain Can Enhance Creativity

mag813 May 13, 2015 0

Finally, a convenient cure for your writer’s block: a recent study conducted by scientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) reveals that it is possible to enhance creativity by zapping

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Audi Has Invented “Blue Crude,” An Alternative Fuel Made of Water, Air and Renewable Energy

Audi Has Invented “Blue Crude,” An Alternative Fuel Made of Water, Air and Renewable Energy

mag813 April 28, 2015 2

Audi introduces “Blue Crude,” an alternative fuel made of water and carbon dioxide. Produced as a clean, sustainable, and environmentally friendly alternative to gas, the new “blue crude” fuel begins by taking electricity from

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Animal Tech: The World’s Most Incredible Animal Prosthetics

Animal Tech: The World’s Most Incredible Animal Prosthetics

mag813 April 18, 2015 0

Tonka, the Turtle on Wheels Tonka, a Bay Area Turtle, lost mobility after her legs were bitten by a dog, so Peninsula Humane Society workers fitted the three-legged tortoise with a set of toy

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This Creeps Us Out… Humans Are Actually More Bug Than Human

This Creeps Us Out… Humans Are Actually More Bug Than Human

mag813 April 14, 2015 0

We hate to break it you, but you’re not totally human. It’s nothing about you personally. It’s just that more than 90% of the cells in the human body are actually parasites. You might

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Babies Learn Best by Being Surprised According To Study

Babies Learn Best by Being Surprised According To Study

mag813 April 8, 2015 0

It’s no secret that babies love a good game of peek-a-boo. Well, it turns out that this type of innocent play can in fact be beneficial to babies, who learn best by being surprised,

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The Science of Bacon

The Science of Bacon

mag813 April 7, 2015 0

Imagine rolling out of bed on a Saturday morning, shuffling into your kitchen, and tossing a few strips of streaky bacon into a skillet. After a few minutes, you’ll hear a delightful crackling and

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Ancient Seashell Coloration Patterns Revealed in UV Light

Ancient Seashell Coloration Patterns Revealed in UV Light

mag813 April 4, 2015 0

Nearly 30 ancient seashell species coloration patterns were revealed using ultraviolet (UV) light, according to a study published April 1, 2015 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Jonathan Hendricks from San Jose State

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