Software edits images via human ‘mind control’

"We can make a computer edit images entirely based on thoughts generated by human subjects. The computer has absolutely no prior information..."

Maria Hornbek-Copenhagen • futurity
today ~6 min

Prep yourself for another year of supply chain issues

An economist explains the causes behind product shortages and supply chain problems. He also says that they won't end anytime soon.

Peter Iglinski-Rochester • futurity
today ~11 min

Machine learning could find new uses for old drugs

Developing and approving new prescription medications can be costly and time-consuming. A new use of machine learning could partially change that.

Barbara Schindo-Penn State • futurity
today ~5 min

Virus discovery offers clues to the start of complex life

A new study suggests fresh directions for exploring the hypothesis that viruses were essential to the evolution of complex life, including humans.

Marc Airhart-Texas • futurity
today ~5 min

Screen both parents for depression past baby’s first year

Clinicians should screen both parents for depression beyond their child's first birthday in pediatric offices, say researchers.

Patti Verbanas-Rutgers • futurity
today ~4 min

Soft ‘NeuroString’ could probe brain and gut

A new invention called "NeuroString" is a soft implantable probe that lets researchers study the chemistry of brain and gut health.

Michigan State • futurity
today ~6 min

Eating 1 microbe protects honey bees against poor nutrition

Nutritional stress is a huge cause of honey bee decline. But researchers say adding one microbe into their food protects growing bees.

Andrea Zeek-Indiana • futurity
yesterday ~6 min

Missing genes might explain ‘oddball’ sea dragon looks

Sea dragons are missing a key group of genes found in other vertebrates, researchers report. The finding may be a clue to why they look the way they do.

U. Oregon • futurity
yesterday ~5 min

High blood pressure in pregnancy takes toll 10 years later

High blood pressure conditions during pregnancy increase cardiovascular disease risk 10 years later, research finds.

Alex Gardner-Penn • futurity
yesterday ~6 min

Gene may hold clues to heart attacks in women

"For reasons that remain uncertain, women can experience heart disease differently than men." A gene called RAP1GAP2 may clarify why.

U. Florida • futurity
yesterday ~5 min