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Most people can see their body's movement in the absence of light
Think of the smell of an orange, a lemon, and a grapefruit. Each has strong acidic notes mixed with sweetness.
Researchers from the University of Chicago are laying the foundation for prosthetic limbs that could one day convey real-time touch-related data to amputees through a direct interface with the brain.
In research that could lead to the development of a safer alternative to the DEET, scientists from the University of California, Riverside have discovered the olfactory receptors used by insects to sense the repellant.
Spinning around in circles causes dizziness in most people, which could be a problem for figure skaters or ballerinas who must perform several spins during a typical routine. However, new research in the journal Cerebral Cortex indicates that ballerinas may have conditioned their brain to better handle a series of quick spins.
People can be easily tricked into believing an artificial finger is their own.
Of all the different odors and smells floating around the globe, scientists say humans can only detect ten basic categories of scents.
Do you love chomping on raw broccoli while your best friend can't stand the healthy veggie in any form or guise?
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