Recommended Interesting Articles

Energy & Environment

13 Disasters That Might Threaten the World in 2020

2020 hasn& 39;t started off too well. Australia was engulfed in flames and a novel form of coronavirus is currently rampaging around the planet.But there are some other potential disasters in waiting that could shake human civilization to the core.RELATED: WORST 8 DISASTERS IN GLOBAL HISTORY BY DEATH PER SECONDWhat are the types of disasters?
Read More
News

Researchers Translate How Non-Human Primates Hear Sounds

The Brown University researchers used a brain-computer interface to reconstruct neural signals into English words.December 17, 2019People with hearing loss may someday be able to speak clearly thanks to work from researchers at Brown University.They were able to take the neural signals in the brains of rhesus macaques, a species of Old World monkeys, and translate that into English words using a brain-computer interface.
Read More
Physics

Microfabricated Glass Forces Light to Form Self-Sustaining Waves

Laser etched glass allows for soliton wave-patterns to be observed.June 23, 2020Through microfabrication, a laser beam shot in a glass circuit was made to interact with itself. Scientists managed to create self-sustaining wave patterns called solitons. If you& 39;d like a simple visualization of the phenomenon, this YouTuber has one.
Read More
News

Exactly How Much Caffeine You Should Consume Daily

Caffeine is an inevitable part of our daily lives, but how much is not too much?By Nursah ErgüDecember 25, 2019Waking up early in the morning can be pretty difficult and trying to focus on your work without a coffee is even more difficult.When you& 39;re an adult, it& 39;s not so easy to make time for everything in your life.
Read More
Medical Technology

Are Nootropics Really Better Than Caffeine for a Brain Boost?

Have you ever wanted to take a drug that would make you smarter and more focused? Would you just like to have some mental clarity on-demand? Drugs often called nootropics aim to provide a simple solution to these desires.The term & 34;nootropics& 34; was coined by Romanian scientist Corneliu E. Giurgea in 1972 to describe a drug he created which he hoped would enhance memory and learning.
Read More
News

New Technology Makes Seawater Drinkable Using Sunlight

A group of researchers created a method that could create drinking water in a mere 30 minutes.August 11, 2020How did humans ever suffer water scarcity on a planet whose surface is 71 water? Hopefully, that& 39;s one of those surprising general trivia questions that future generations will ask themselves.
Read More