Scientists from the University of San Francisco have installed a neuroprosthesis that allowed a paralyzed person to dictate whole words to a computer. Engineers from Tel Aviv University have developed an implant that allows you to restore sensitivity in case of nerve damage. Engineers from the University of San Diego have developed an electric current generator powered by human sweat. Scientists from Brown University have developed a system for diagnosing anemia by photography.
What motivates people to combine IT work and teaching? We talked to developers who teach at the HSE Faculty of Computer Science about how they prepare for couples, what they think about their students and how they started teaching.
Canadian researchers report that an allergy that develops in a child in the first year of life can be predicted by analyzing his very first feces.
A lot has been written about this work of ours. I followed the published notes with interest and in one of them I was amazed to read about myself as a young promising graduate student," Professor of Skoltech and MISIS, member of the European Academy, full member of the British Royal Chemical Society and the American Physical Society Artem Oganov told PM. – It was also reported that we have "invented" a new Periodic Table. This is, of course, a strong exaggeration. But the work really turned out to be very beautiful, like a short exquisite song.
Researchers from Osaka University have used machine learning to develop new polymers for use in photovoltaic devices. After virtual selection of more than 200,000 candidate materials, they synthesized one of the most promising and found that its properties correspond to their predictions. This work could lead to a revolution in the way functional materials are detected.
Two years ago TikTok was a funny entertainment for children. And now it is a social network with an estimated value of more than $ 75 billion, which Donald Trump himself is afraid of.
Machine analysis of tens of thousands of dream reports has shown how real-life characters are woven into them.
Modeling on powerful computers using the latest observations of a special NASA mission has finally made it possible to explain the unusual manifestation of the aurora borealis, which has long haunted the scientific community.
By comparing the genomes of modern humans, Denisovans and Neanderthals, scientists have discovered the DNA of an unknown ancestor in Denisovans, which makes up 1% of their genome. Researchers claim that some of these ancient genes got into human DNA.
It is rightly said that humanity has explored the near space better than the ocean floor. If we continue the comparison, we can see that the greatest scientific and practical achievements in space were obtained with the help of unmanned platforms. The same, apparently, awaits us deep under water.