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  • Light, the Brain Stimulator

    Light, the Brain Stimulator0

    In the era of COVID-19 pandemic, isolation and social distancing can take a toll on mental health. When neurons stop working correctly, people can suffer from neural disorders and neurodegenerative diseases. Targeted stimulation, that is, the non-invasive stimulation of the brain by exposure to light, may improve the treatment of neural dysfunctions. The therapeutic effects

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  • Getting Science Right: The Effect Of Modern Traffic Control

    Getting Science Right: The Effect Of Modern Traffic Control0

    Do penalty points and cameras really offer safety? The last two decennia many new traffic rules have been implemented on Western roads. Governments adjusted speed limits and increased surveillance. Some countries also introduced a point system, in which beginning drivers face a higher risk of loosing their license if they commit an offense. Have all

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  • Pic of the Day: Smallest F1 Car by Fastest 3D Printer

    Pic of the Day: Smallest F1 Car by Fastest 3D Printer0

    This picture may not impress you at first glance. What about if I say the car is only 0.285mm long, and it was printed in 3D in about 4 minutes? The Vienna University of Technology is responsible for the fastest 3D printer in the world, which may be used in the future for medical applications.

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  • Video: The First Invisible Car

    Video: The First Invisible Car0

    Invisible for the environment, invisible for people.  To convey that the so-called ‘F-Cell hydrogen fuel technology’ will make car emissions disappear, car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz created the first invisible car by covering their forthcoming F-cell vehicle with a real version of Harry Potter’s Invisibility Cloak. The company equipped the car with strips of LED lights on

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