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Science or Science Fiction? Telepathy and Mind Control

By recording the brain signals of one person in India with a computer system, converting them into electrical brain stimulations, and relaying them to recipients in France, one research team developed a noninvasive method of brain-to-brain communication.

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Book Review: How to Clone a Mammoth

Science fiction novels, TV shows, and movies have time and time again toyed with the cloning of ancient animals. But just how close are we to bringing those species, and our childhood fantasies, back to life?

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Q&A: How Do Some Organisms Glow in the Dark?

Although humans never evolved the necessary mechanisms to glow themselves, some bioluminescent species can in fact emit their own light. The trick? A specific type chemical reaction, which happens to have many practical applications.

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Robots with Electronic Skin

A research team at the University of Exeter has developed a new way to produce graphene that could allow for the creation of electronic skin.

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