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Quadriplegics learn to control wheelchair – 11/20/2022 – Science

A trio of quadriplegic patients learned to control their wheelchairs with their thoughts, which allowed them to roll a relatively complex route, avoiding obstacles, in the corridors of the German hospital where they were being followed. Research describing the feat has just been published by American and European specialists in …

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Wood Wide Web: Do Trees Talk? – 11/15/2022 – Science

Justine Karst, a mycologist at the University of Alberta (Canada), feared things had gone too far when her son, in eighth grade, came home and told her he had learned that trees could communicate through underground networks. His colleague Jason Hoeksema, from the University of Mississippi (USA), had a similar …

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Research predicts more drastic sea level rise – 08/31/2022

The melting of the Greenland ice sheet could over time raise global sea levels by at least 25 centimeters, even if humans immediately stop burning the fossil fuels that are warming the planet to dangerous levels, according to a new study published in last Monday (29). The study, published in …

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