MNT The brain's ability to rewire itself, or neuroplasticity, explains the case of a blind woman who can see objects only when they are in motion. 1 week
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Medical News Today: The curious case of a blind woman who sees motion
MNT The brain's ability to rewire itself, or neuroplasticity, explains the case of a blind woman who can see objects only when they... 1 week
Study shows remarkable plasticity of the brain in finding work-arounds after catastrophic injuries
NEWS MEDICAL Neuroscientists at Western University's Brain and Mind Institute, have confirmed and detailed a rare case of a blind woman able to see... 2 weeks
Researchers map brain of blind patient who can see motion
SCIENCE DAILY Since the visual processing centres of her brain went dark after a stroke, a Scottish woman has been unable to see objects. However, she has developed the remarkable... 2 weeks
Germany wants EU-wide safety system for truck 'blind spots'
PHYS.ORG Germany's transport minister wants trucks fitted with compulsory 'blind spot' safety systems to prevent pedestrians and cyclists from being killed by careless drivers. 1 week
Medical News Today: Disrupted immune system? Avoid getting a tattoo
MNT Specialists present the case of a woman who sought medical advice as she developed unusual, persistent pain in her knee and thigh after getting a tattoo. 4 days
Slow motion playback makes football referees harsher
PHYS.ORG Football referees penalize situations more severely when watching them in slow motion compared to real time, according to a study published in the open access journal of the Psychonomic Society, Cognitive Research: Principles and... 2 weeks
Ratchet up the pressure: Molecular machine exploits motion in a single direction
SCIENCE DAILY A research team developed a 'ratchet-like molecular machine,' which promotes uni-directional molecular motion during reactions. Inspired by dumbbell-shaped rotaxanes, their molecular machine contains two... 3 days
Futuristic data storage based on controlling the interactions between nanodots magnetic 'mood' twirls
PHYS.ORG The magnetisation of nanometric square material is not fixed. It moves around in a helical motion. This is caused by the electron... 5 days
A Weird Lump on a Woman's Face Turned Out to Be a Worm Crawling Under Her Skin
LIVE SCIENCE When a woman in Russia noticed a small lump under her left eye, she... 4 days
How a Python Ate a Woman Whole and Left Hardly a Trace of the Fierce Attack
LIVE SCIENCE News of a pickup-truck-size reticulated python killing and swallowing a woman whole in central Indonesia, eating... 5 days
Medical News Today: Rare case of bubonic plague reported in Idaho
MNT This week, the case of a young boy contracting plague has been in the news. Here, we cover the details and offer advice for those who... 4 days
Epileptic boy's case sparks UK review of medical pot laws
ABC NEWS British Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt says Britain must quickly review its policies on medical marijuana use in light of the case of a 12-year-old boy whose mother says... 6 days
If people with learning disabilities can't consent to marry, they're at risk of forced marriage
PHYS.ORG VIDEO In a recent landmark case, a mother received the first conviction in England for forcing someone to marry.... 2 weeks
In test case for gig economy, UK court backs contractor
PHYS.ORG A London plumber who claimed he was unfairly dismissed after years of working as a contractor won a court ruling Wednesday giving him employment rights, in a closely... 2 weeks
Woman Sues NASA Over Vial of Moon Dust She Says Gifted by Neil Armstrong
SPACE.COM A woman has sued NASA to claim the moon dust she says Neil Armstrong gifted her as a child. Laura... 2 weeks
Epileptic boy at center of cannabis oil case in UK hospital
ABC NEWS A British boy whose mother says he needs cannabis oil to prevent severe epileptic seizures is being treated in a London hospital while British officials review... 1 week
On This Day In Space! June 18, 1983: Sally Ride Becomes 1st American Woman in Space
SPACE.COM On June 18, 1983, NASA astronaut Sally Ride became America's first woman in space after she... 6 days
On This Day In Space! June 16, 1963: Valentina Tereshkova Becomes 1st Woman in Space
SPACE.COM On June 16, 1963, cosmonaut Valentina Nikolayeva Tereshkova became the first woman to travel into space. See how... 1 week
Naming rights for five new snail-sucking snake species auctioned to save forests in Ecuador
PHYS.ORG Five new species of eye-catching snakes with curious eating habits were found to dwell in forests in Ecuador. Their unusual... 1 week
Investigating the Unique Nanomechanical Properties of Tooth Enamel
NEWS MEDICAL My background is in tribology, which is the science of the interactions between surfaces in relative motion. This involves looking at behaviour, such as friction, wear and lubrication, and the relationships between... 2 days
Tweeting Oncologist Draws Ire And Admiration For Calling Out Hype
NPR A young cancer doctor uses social media to skewer what he sees as overblown claims for "precision medicine." That doesn't make him hugely popular at cancer research meetings. 8 hours
Helping visually impaired children to 'feel' the universe
PHYS.ORG A University of Portsmouth project is helping blind and visually impaired children to 'feel' the universe. 4 days
Ubisoft sees blockbusters shaped by fans and stars
PHYS.ORG French video game giant Ubisoft is teaming up with a firm founded by actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt to crowd source material for a forthcoming title, the companies announced Monday on the eve of... 2 weeks
Mars Will Soon 'Reverse Its Course' in the Sky
LIVE SCIENCE Mars continues to approach Earth as the Red Planet grows steadily brighter, but on June 28, it will halt its normal eastward motion among the stars and turn back toward... 2 days
Mars Will Soon 'Reverse Its Course' in the Sky
SPACE.COM Mars continues to approach Earth as the Red Planet grows steadily brighter, but on June 28, it will halt its normal eastward motion among the stars and turn back toward... 2 days
Ford: Detroit train station key to autonomous vehicle plans
PHYS.ORG Bill Ford looks past the tons of paint, plaster and steel needed to remake Detroit's blighted Michigan Central train station and sees more than just an iconic building in desperate... 1 week
Molecular machine exploits motion in a single direction
PHYS.ORG Life is driven by molecular machines. Found in every cell, these tiny motors convert chemical energy into work to keep the body moving. The invention of synthetic molecular machines, which perform similar... 3 days
Terra satellite sees Tropical Depression Carlotta weakening over Mexico
PHYS.ORG NASA Terra satellite captured an image of Tropical Depression Carlotta as it was making landfall in southwestern Mexico where it weakened into a remnant low pressure area. 5 days
Aqua satellite sees Tropical Depression Gaemi exit Taiwan
PHYS.ORG Tropical Depression Gaemi moved through Taiwan and was tracking to the northeast in the Northwestern Pacific Ocean on June 15. NASA's Aqua satellite provided a visible image of the storm that showed... 1 week
Child in Idaho recovering from plague, state's 2nd case since 1990: Officials
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The Science Behind The World Cup Ball
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World's first known manta ray nursery discovered
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Rare mutation of gene carried by Quebec family gives insight into how the brain is wired
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Entrepreneurs seek to quantify pressure applied during manual therapy
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Major work starts to boost the luminosity of the LHC
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We must ensure new food retail technologies are not barriers to better health
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Antarctic experts offer two possible views of continent's future
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If people with learning disabilities can't consent to marry, they're at risk of forced marriage
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A new system optimises electric transmission from offshore wind farms
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