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Paralysed man ‘handwrites’ with brain chip

Machine learning algorithm translated neural signals to write letters. For the first time, a man paralysed from the neck down has been able to ‘handwrite’...

Ethicists call for ‘soft’ mandatory vaccine policy for healthcare workers

Experts argue that health workers who choose not to get vaccinated should have their jobs modified. There are currently seven COVID-19 vaccines being administered globally,...

Gene therapy offers cure for an immune disorder

Genetically modified stem cells restore immune function in more than 95% of patients with the rare disease. An international team of scientists have developed an...

Micrometeorites: constant barrage

There’s a lot of space dust falling on Earth every year. Good thing most of it is so small. Ann Hodges was chilling on her...

How women enhance their sexual pleasure

Pairing, shallowing, rocking or angling. These are techniques women use to increase their sexual pleasure during vaginal penetration, according to US scientists who surveyed...

Less than half of Australian adults know how to identify misinformation online

By Tanya Notley, Western Sydney University; Michael Dezuanni, Queensland University of Technology; Simon Chambers, Western Sydney University, and Sora Park, University of Canberra For most...

Watching cows from space

When looking down upon the Earth through the eyes of a satellite, what would you choose to look at? For students at the University...

Five things to know about antihistamines

Antihistamines are one of the most widely taken medications worldwide, used to relieve allergy symptoms such as runny noses, sneezing and congestion. But new research...

Papua New Guinea COVID-19 update

As the COVID-19 crisis besieging Papua New Guinea (PNG) escalates, the nation’s healthcare system is over-burdened and under-resourced. Hospitals are overflowing and there are...

Why do humans have bigger brains than apes?

Human brains grow three times larger than those of our primate cousins – and researchers have just figured out how.  In a study led by...

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