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Don't call it telepathy, but call it very cool. When neuroscientists used a monkey's thoughts to control computers, it was a huge breakthrough in mind-machine research. But harnessing brain waves has even
What do you do when you need to commit some sort of information to memory? Let me guess: You take notes. It's a habit most of us learned way back in school when some teacher stuck her lecture notes up
Do you work more than 40 hours a week? If you're an entrepreneur or small business owner, it's hard not to, but all that extra time in the workplace isn't necessarily a good thing. After a certain point,
"Science is constantly producing new studies, as you would know if you've ever watched TV," Oliver said. "Is science bulls---?" Oliver said. "No, but there is a lot of bulls--- currently masquerading science."
Two years ago, when the federal government first released data on how much Medicare paid physicians, the media coverage was widespread. Doctors who earned significant sums were dubbed "Medicare millionaires"
Beyond solids, liquids, and gases. Physicists from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory have discovered a new state of water that cannot be explained as a solid, liquid, or gas. It