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Medicine, Technology    August 4, 2016
Posted by Jordana Cepelewicz
FutureGlasses

As people age, they often require bifocals or several pairs of glasses to see objects both near and far. Deep Optics, a technology start-up based in Israel, is working on an alternative: eyeglasses that automatically refocus on any target at which the wearer looks. The “omnifocals” adjust focal length by relying on the interaction between […]

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Technology    June 6, 2016
Posted by Prachi Patel

Researchers have decoded the genomes of mammoths and a 700,000-year-old horse using DNA fragments extracted from fossils in the past few years. DNA clearly persists far longer than the bodies for which it carries the genetic codes. more By clicking on this link, you are now leaving ThinkFurtherAlger.com. The reference to a link to a […]

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Medicine, Technology    September 24, 2015
Posted by Michelle Starr

Mind-controlled robotic prosthetics are marvellous inventions, restoring vital mobility and independence to amputees. But they do have their limitations. One of these is the sense of touch. Without touch, it’s hard to gauge temperature, pain and pressure; the latter of which helps us from crushing soft or delicate objects, such as eggs and fruit. more […]

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