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Adhesive for bones: unique biocompatible polymer is now created

Adhesive for bones: unique biocompatible polymer is now created

Swedish researchers have developed biocompatible polymer material that may be called “glue for bones”. The adhesive substance will smoothly and safely conjoin…

Child safety seat with built-in airbags

Child safety seat with built-in airbags

Innovations safeguarding life and health of our children: Maxi-Cosi company has developed safety seat, equipped with built-in airbags.Maxi-Cosi company took…

Artificial muscle fibers for superhuman being

Artificial muscle fibers for superhuman being

Synthetic carbon material developed by the researchers is similar to muscle fibers and may lift up to 12,600 times its own weight.Researchers…

Neanderthals might have traveled by sea

Neanderthals might have traveled by sea

Perhaps, Neanderthals were the first seafarers and voyaged more than 100,000 years ago.World’s oldest boat found in the Netherlands is…

Researchers mastered how to keep brain alive out of the body

Researchers mastered how to keep brain alive out of the body

Neuroscientist at Yale University reported that his team managed to sustain life in pig’s brain for as long as 36 hours.

NASA will launch two nanosatellites to Mars

NASA will launch two nanosatellites to Mars

In May 2018 NASA will launch two nanosatellites into outer space, which may offer new research perspectives of solar system.The cost of…

Large spleen helps “Sea Nomads” to deep-dive

Large spleen helps “Sea Nomads” to deep-dive

A recent study testified that ability of Bajau minority group to spend much time underwater is caused by enlarged spleen.Representatives…

Patients play video games in Ukrainian hospitals. What for?

Patients play video games in Ukrainian hospitals. What for?

Ukrainian doctors jointly with Raccoon.World startup are trying to figure out how games may recover the health of patients with hand injuries.In…

The most impressive things about MBioS Challenge final round

The most impressive things about MBioS Challenge final round

12 biomedical startups tried to impress iForum visitors. Did they succeed in this?The International Exhibition Centre was overcrowded that day…

6 startups became winners of MBioS Challenge

6 startups became winners of MBioS Challenge

The jury of Ukraine’s first Biomedical Startups Competition MBioS Challenge, held by Innovation House jointly with Borsch Ventures, has announced…

Israeli researchers know how to read memories even after death

Israeli researchers know how to read memories even after death

Researchers from the State of Israel concluded as follows: information retaining leaves some mark on our brains that may be successfully read…

“Night owls”: the later you go to bed, the sooner you die

“Night owls”: the later you go to bed, the sooner you die

Researchers advise employers to show some mercy to enthusiasts of nightlife and to adapt the work schedule to meet their needs.