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Some languages require more brain power

...k different sorts of languages use their brains to decode speech in different ways; it overturned some long-...ffects how the structure of your brain develops to decode speech. A detailed study of the findings will be published soon....

Vietnamese Scientists Unravel Genetic Code Of Bird Flu Virus

...have claimed the distinction of being the first to decode the gene. Officials of the state health department have reported the identification of two more new forms of the deadly virus. While H5 is the most commonly observed, two other forms designated as H3 and H4 have been identified from poultry samples....

Early Intervention Required For The Hearing Impaired

... implant and the fine neurons of the cochlea, they decode the sound and send it to the brain to be perceived as sound," said Kathuria. When the damaged cochlea is bypassed by the implant and the intact neurons are stimulated, hearing can be restored. But the implants do not come cheap - the most economical...

Japanese Scientists Develop Thought-Controlled Robotic Hands

...n a user's real one. "The next step for me is to decode faster, even before the person moves their hand, by reading the brain activity related to intention," Kamitani was quoted as saying. But he admits that fMRI scanning technology must be improved dramatically before this is made possible, and before ...

Scientists Develop Thought-Controlled Robotic Hands

...an a user's real one. 'The next step for me is to decode faster, even before the person moves their hand, by reading the brain activity related to intention,' Kamitani was quoted as saying. But he admits that fMRI scanning technology must be improved dramatically before this is made possible, and before t...

Cell Behavior Better Understood with Nano Probe

... has been developed by Georgia Tech researchers to decode exactly how a cell or a group of cells communicates with other cells and reacts //to a broad spectrum of complex biomolecules surrounding it. This would help to better create drugs that are capable of targeting some of the most devastating human dise...

Humans are not 'peas in a pod' says a study

... refined technology, researchers have been able to decode certain genetic information from individuals, they found out that instead of just two pairs of genes, one from each parent, very often individuals have multiple copies of genes and at times have missing genes in the gene pool. Such extra genes or abs...

Reading Hidden Intentions in Brain

...task and execution of the task, it was possible to decode from activities in two regions of the prefrontal cortex which of the two actions (addition or subtraction) individuals had chosen to pursue. Different patterns of activity were seen during actual execution of the task, showing that regionally disti...

Combination of Brain Scans, Reading Skill Tests can Predict Kids Reading Problems

...s of key brain regions. The childrens ability to decode text was tested by using the Word Attack subtest of the Woodcock Reading Mastery Test, a standardized measure of decoding. And it was determined which test method (either or both) predicted reading skill more strongly. Researchers found that the mo...

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