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2013-06-18 23:20:44

Research by Centre College's Dr. KatieAnn Skogsberg finds that energy drinks may be no more effective than other sources of caffeine. Danville, KY (PRWEB) June 18, 2013 For many college students, “pulling an all-nighter” is a familiar routine typically accomplished with copious amounts of caffeine. Often, the go-to option is a so-called “energy shot” drink that boasts a special blend of energy-boosting ingredients. New research by a behavioral neuroscience professor...

Emotiv - Hacking The Human Brain
2012-08-27 09:45:58

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Our minds are often the most secure place we can go to think thoughts otherwise unspeakable to human ears. We may not agree with every thought we have and might even be ashamed by many of them, yet there they are, striking the core of our minds like lightning; quick and unpredictable. As such, it could be quite embarrassing and frightening to know someone not only has access to our brains, but knows what we´re thinking....

2010-08-02 15:56:18

P300 brain waves correlated to guilty knowledge in mock terrorism scenarios in lab Imagine technology that allows you to get inside the mind of a terrorist to know how, when and where the next attack will occur. That's not nearly as far-fetched as it seems, according to a new Northwestern University study. Say, for purposes of illustration, that the chatter about an imminent terrorist attack is mounting, and specifics about the plan emerge, about weapons that will be used, the date of such a...

2009-10-21 12:55:19

There is ample evidence for the genetic influence of alcohol dependence, and ongoing studies are actively looking for specific genes that may confer this increased susceptibility. In addition, while it is well-known that individual risk is increased with the number of relatives with alcohol dependence, scientists have not been in a position to identify who among these individuals might have greater or lesser risk. Biological Psychiatry is now publishing an article in which researchers...

2009-07-06 06:00:00

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif., July 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Strasbaugh (OTC Bulletin Board: STRB) announced today that its new STB P300 CMP system will be introduced at Semicon West in San Francisco, July 14-17, 2009. The P300 is the semiconductor industry's first CMP system designed to incorporate Next Generation Factory principles. It combines the greatest production and process flexibility of any CMP machine on the market with the most advanced CMP technologies available. With...

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2009-04-24 15:20:52

The Multimodal Brain Orchestra made its debut appearance at the Science Beyond Fiction conference in Prague on Thursday. The orchestra uses technology from the laboratory for Synthetic Perceptive, Emotive and Cognitive Systems (SPECS) to allow members to play musical instruments through Brain Computer Interface technology alone. The orchestra is led by an emotional conductor who leads by means of her physiological state. SPECS' Brain Orchestra presented a piece called XMotion. "Where...

2008-12-24 05:05:00

MONTVALE, N.J., Dec. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Memory Pharmaceuticals Corp. (Nasdaq: MEMY) today announced that it has dosed the first patient in its Phase 2 clinical study of the effect of R3487/MEM 3454, a nicotinic alpha-7 partial agonist, on electrophysiological biomarkers in patients with schizophrenia. The study will evaluate the effect of four doses of R3487/MEM 3454 on electrophysiological biomarkers (such as P50 sensory gating) that have been shown to be closely associated with...

2008-03-26 12:01:04

ExonHit Therapeutics has announced positive results of a Phase I study assessing the effects of its lead compound, EHT 0202, on scopolamine-induced brain impairments in humans. In the study, scopolamine significantly reduced vigilance levels and cognition as measured by spectral analysis and Event Related Potentials (ERPs) respectively when administered to study subjects. The results of the spectral analysis indicate that EHT 0202 is associated with an improvement of the vigilance level at...

2008-03-25 15:00:58

PARIS, March 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ExonHit Therapeutics, a drug and diagnostic discovery company, announced today the results of a Phase 1 study assessing the effects of its lead compound, EHT 0202, on scopolamine-induced brain impairments in humans. ExonHit's EHT 0202 is a compound, with a novel mechanism of action, which has shown preclinical benefits on memory and neuronal loss and is currently tested in a Phase 2 clinical trial on Alzheimer disease (AD) patients. Scopolamine...

2005-12-09 09:29:45

Study found players had little reaction to unsettling images They're at the top of many people's holiday gift list, but violent video games can change a person's brain function and desensitize them to real-life violence, a new U.S. study suggests. The study included 39 male undergraduate students who provided information about how often they played their five favorite video games and the levels of violence depicted in those games. The students were then assessed for their irritability and...


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mundungus
  • A stinking tobacco.
  • Offal; waste animal product; organic matter unfit for consumption.
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