New Research into How Shockwaves Injure Brains of Soldiers. A shock wave is a type of propagating disturbance. As with an ordinary wave, a shock wave carries energy, and can propagate through a medium. It is characterized by an abrupt, nearly discontinuous change in pressure, temperature and density of the medium.

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What exactly is our Sweet Tooth? This is a very timely study with the holidays upon us and everyone enjoying the foods that come with it. Rich foods followed by richer ( ric meaning full of fat and sugar) deserts ranging from cookies, pies,cakes and more.

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The Good and Bad of International Trade. This may seem a bit obvious to many of us that travel, but it researchers have discovered a link between international trade and the spread of infectious diseases. I mean how many times have we seen passengers and travelers wearing a white mask? 

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Brain Computer Interface is Just as Scary as it Sounds. We hear a lot about artificial intelligence and smart devices, such as watches, phones and even cars are certainly more interactive than before and certainly more connected. However there is very little discussion about the inevitable connection of the computer to the human brain.

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Promising Research into How to be able to Grow New Teeth. For anyone that is over 40 years of age, having all of your original teeth in good condition is rare. The older you get the worse your teeth get. Sure there are great dentists that can give you artificial teeth or rebuild some in […]

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3D Imaging technology coupled with 3D printing technology has proven to offer great opportunities for medical practitioners and patients alike. The technology is still evolving and engineers are working to find new applications, such as this one.

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Metamaterials  are smart materials engineered to have properties that have not yet been found in nature. They are made from assemblies of multiple elements fashioned from composite materials such as metals or plastics usually arranged in repeating patterns, at scales that are smaller than the wavelengths of the phenomena they influence.

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  Diamonds are a form of carbon that has been formed into a crystalline structure by the intense heat and pressure deep in the earth. They are actually rather abundant on earth which is my the supply of diamonds on the market is controlled very closely to keep the prices up.

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Birefringence is defined as the optical property of a material having a refractive index that depends on the polarization and propagation direction of light. The phenomenon is responsible for what is known as double refraction whereby a ray of light, when incident upon a birefringent material, is split by polarization into two rays taking slightly different […]

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New Drug Research on Neuropsychopharmacology. LSD or by it’s chemical name, lysergic acid diethylamide was discovered in 1938 and became popular in the 1960’s with the drug culture. It is manufactured from ergot, a fungus that grows on rye and is thought to be one of the most potent mood changing hallucinogens.

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