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CorNeat’s synthetic cornea helps blind people see again

Today’s technology means that those who are blind are closer than ever to regaining their sight. Although not all conditions that cause blindness can...

Personal mood-based neurostimulation implant could help eliminate depression symptoms

Depression can be a crippling condition for those who suffer from it. Researchers have developed a variety of ways to manage its symptoms, but...

The Microscope and modern-day fight against viruses: A love-hate relationship

To quote the 19th-century German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer: “It is only in the microscope that our life looks so big.” Under the lenses father-and-son Hans...

Virgin Orbit launches first satellites with plane-rocket combination system

Virgin Orbit has been working hard for several years to launch satellites into orbit. On Sunday, it accomplished that goal, making it the third...

Blue Origin aces New Shepherd test mission, paving the way for human flights

The private spaceflight industry is getting crowded as numerous companies challenge Elon Musk's SpaceX. Amazon’s Jeff Bezos has a spaceflight firm of his own...

Researchers turned fat cells into stem cells to repair injuries

Despite the fact that some forms of stem cell research are highly controversial, there is no denying that they are a potent treatment for...

Scientists store data inside living bacterial DNA for the first time

When it comes to storing vast quantities of data, nothing does so better than DNA. Researchers have found that a single gram of DNA...

Researchers want to give AI ‘virtual psychedelics’ to learn how they affect the human brain

Psychedelic drugs are nothing to mess around with. Scientists still aren’t sure how the drugs affect the brain and cause outlandish hallucinations. Of course,...

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Ford and Stellantis warn auto chip shortage could last until 2022

Ford and Stellantis recently warned that the global chip shortage could persist into 2022. The automakers also revealed how the...

SK Hynix improves Q1 operating profit by 66 percent due to consumer products demand

SK Hynix grew its first-quarter operating profit by 66 percent year-over-year thanks to strong demand for new PCs and...

Apple expects semiconductor shortage to cut Q2 revenue by up to $4 billion

Apple reported that its revenue expanded by 54 percent year-over-year during the fiscal second quarter recently. That income spike,...

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