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Can the brain recognise artificial limbs as real ones? New study reveals it can
Researchers show that the brain can reprogram itself to control prosthetic substitutes as it does one’s own body parts. The more one-handed people use a prosthesis in everyday life, the more strongly their brain responds to it.
Rising tide: Floating device one step closer to generating green power
An ocean energy technology project that will harness tidal power has successfully produced electricity during towing tests.
Trending Science: Dunes on Pluto? Maybe the dwarf planet is more like Earth
New research reveals that Pluto has dunes made of ice, suggesting that the planet has Earth-like features.
Can the brain recognise artificial limbs as real ones? New study reveals it can
Researchers show that the brain can reprogram itself to control prosthetic substitutes as it does one’s own body parts. The more one-handed people use a prosthesis in everyday life, the more strongly their brain responds to it.
Rising tide: Floating device one step closer to generating green power
An ocean energy technology project that will harness tidal power has successfully produced electricity during towing tests.
Openly available chemical tools may speed up development of needed medicines
What happens when industry and academia join forces for the good of science? They launch an open access website that helps researchers to discover new medical treatments.
Falling honeybee numbers inspire heat treatments and smart beehives
Chemical-free and remote sensing technologies can help prevent bee colony losses. Here’s how.
Crosstalk in social dilemmas could hinder cooperation
A new mathematical framework taking into account ‘crosstalk’ and incorporating the impact of players’ interactions in simulations of repeated social dilemmas could help better analyse cooperation dynamics within a population.
Drones will help investigators tackle chemical, biological and nuclear attacks
Researchers are making use of unarmed vehicles and robots to gather information and samples from crime or disaster scenes. Their initiative will help save lives.
Trending Science: 800-year-old shipwreck mystery solved thanks to label on ceramic
A piece of pottery found off the coast of Indonesia finally reveals the origins of a sunken ship transporting ceramics and luxury goods.

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