A new Artificial Intelligence (AI) approach to translate brain waves into speech

A new Artificial Intelligence (AI) approach to translate brain waves into speech

In a recent study, researchers demonstrated that brain signals from the human auditory cortex can be reconstructed into intelligible speech with a high rate of success.

Smart fabric self-cools or self-insulates depending on conditions

Smart fabric self-cools or self-insulates depending on conditions

Decades of innovation in fabrics have yielded high-tech materials that react to hot and cold conditions, allowing them to keep marathon runners cool or alpine hikers warm.

Barefoot Running

Barefoot Running

The modern running shoe was not invented until the 1970s. However, the presumption that running barefoot is dangerous and causes pain could be wrong.

Alzheimer’s: Causes and How to Prevent It

Alzheimer’s: Causes and How to Prevent It

As human life expectancy has grown longer, it has led to the emergence of disease that were once quite rare. One of these is Alzheimer’s. At the beginning, Alzheimer’s manifests as a decrease in overall everyday activity. It becomes more apparent as mental functions decrease and cognition weakens. In advanced stages, it leads to senility, a tragic condition induced by the deterioration of neurons. 

Messi injury hampers Barcelona’s preparations for La Liga return

Messi injury hampers Barcelona’s preparations for La Liga return

Lionel Messi is carrying an injury just eight days before La Liga is set to resume, Barcelona revealed on Friday.

UEFA ban Trabzonspor for one European season

UEFA ban Trabzonspor for one European season

Turkish league leaders Trabzonspor have been banned from one European season for violating financial fair play rules again, the ruling body UEFA said on Wednesday.

Report: Premier League clubs could play friendlies, with restrictions

Report: Premier League clubs could play friendlies, with restrictions

Premier League clubs could be allowed to play friendlies in the build-up to the resumption of the season this month, providing they meet certain strict rules.

NBA targets July 31 for possible resumption of season

NBA targets July 31 for possible resumption of season

NBA commissioner Adam Silver told owners on Friday that July 31 is the target date for resuming the season, according to sports broadcaster The Athletic.

Benefits of the banana

Benefits of the banana

Bananas can help prevent many diseases or provide complementary aid to different therapies. When a banana is blended with milk, it can serve as an ideal starter food for babies, and can also reduce wear and tear on the body, delaying aging.

Premier League clubs agree on provisional June 17 restart date

Premier League clubs agree on provisional June 17 restart date

The Premier League has confirmed the 2019-20 season will resume provisionally on June 17 following a lengthy suspension since March because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Opening of kindergartens not to be rushed: health minister

Opening of kindergartens not to be rushed: health minister

The plan for the opening of kindergartens, drafted together with the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy, will be maintained, said Health Minister Venko FIlipche on Friday.

Report: Ibrahimovic back in Sweden after pulling calf muscle

Report: Ibrahimovic back in Sweden after pulling calf muscle

AC Milan star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has returned to Sweden a day after pulling a calf muscle, La Gazzetta dello Sport reported Wednesday.

Brilliant Kimmich downs Dortmund to put Bayern on brink of title

Brilliant Kimmich downs Dortmund to put Bayern on brink of title

Bayern Munich moved to within touching distance of a record-extending eighth consecutive Bundesliga title on Tuesday as Joshua Kimmich’s superb goal secured a 1-0 win at rivals Borussia Dortmund.

Ibrahimovic injures leg muscle during training

Ibrahimovic injures leg muscle during training

AC Milan’s veteran star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has pulled a muscle while training at the team’s Milanello camp, a spokesperson for the Serie A club said Monday.

Bayern and Dortmund both win before big clash, Bremen finally prevail

Bayern and Dortmund both win before big clash, Bremen finally prevail

Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund both produced battling wins on Saturday to set up a blockbuster clash between the Bundesliga title challengers next week.

Basketball Hall of Fame coach Jerry Sloan dies at 78

Basketball Hall of Fame coach Jerry Sloan dies at 78

Jerry Sloan, a Hall of Fame coach who guided the Utah Jazz to consecutive NBA Finals appearances in the 1990s, died Friday due to complications from Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body dementia, the team announced. He was 78.

CAD/CAM in automation

CAD/CAM in automation

The developments of manufacturing can be categorized in two stages, namely the mechanization stage and the automation stage. In the early stage of manufacturing, tools and processes were mechanized. All of the various manufacturing processes were divided into categories such as casting, forging, turning, milling, drilling and cutting, with workers specialized in one of these areas. Specialization resulted in the separation of design from manufacturing. One person would design a product while other specialists would manufacture it. Design and manufacturing communicated through drawings. The mechanization stage was able to accomplish mass turnover and speed in production. However, it lacked flexibility and integration.

The key to long life?

The key to long life?

Who would want to live a long life at the cost of looking ugly? One type of rodent species, naked mole rat, seems to have said "yes" to this intricate question.

A Vitamin that Could Change Your Life: Folic Acid

A Vitamin that Could Change Your Life: Folic Acid

To have a beautiful, healthy baby is the dream of all would-be parents. Nevertheless, dreams do not always come true.

UEFA boss: ‘good old football with fans’ will return soon

UEFA boss: ‘good old football with fans’ will return soon

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin is upbeat that confident football will soon return to normal in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and would bet a million dollars that the postponed Euro 2020 tournament will take place next year.

Watford’s Mariappa says he is one of six positive coronavirus tests

Watford’s Mariappa says he is one of six positive coronavirus tests

Watford defender Adrian Mariappa said on Wednesday he is one of three players at the Premier League club to have tested positive for the novel coronavirus during the weekend.

Six people test positive for Covid-19 as clubs resume training

Six people test positive for Covid-19 as clubs resume training

Six people at Premier League clubs have tested positive for Covid-19 as the top flight prepares to resume in June.

Financial support of EUR 12 million planned for 100,000 young people

Financial support of EUR 12 million is planned for 100,000 young people as part of the government’s third set of economic measures, aimed at assisting citizens and the economy during the coronacrisis, Minister of Education and Science Arber Ademi told a news conference Wednesday.

Premier League takes first steps towards return with group training

Premier League takes first steps towards return with group training

The Premier League took the first step towards returning to action after all 20 clubs voted to allow training in small groups from Tuesday.

One staffer tests positive for COVID-19 as kindergarten screening continues

One staffer tests positive for COVID-19 as kindergarten screening continues

Of the 908 tests as part of the kindergarten staff screening in Bitola, Skopje and Veles, only one staffer tested positive for COVID-19 in Bitola.

Dortmund and Gladbach surge, Leipzig stumble on Bundesliga comeback

Dortmund and Gladbach surge, Leipzig stumble on Bundesliga comeback

Amid the face masks, empty stadiums and endless rules to enable playing during the coronavirus crisis, there remains the small matter of the Bundesliga title – and Saturday’s return showed three contenders in very different form.

Biological System

Biological System

As a result of some chemical processes in our bodies such as the decrease of the amount of sugar in our blood, we feel hunger or the urge to eat. If we eat more than we need, some of the food consumed is changed into fat and stocked, and the body slows down the mechanism of synthesizing fat.

Museums worldwide mark May 18, International Museum Day

Museums worldwide mark May 18, International Museum Day

Under this year’s motto of ‘Museums for Equality: Diversity and Inclusion,’ the global and local museum community is celebrating 2020 International Museum Day.

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