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Musk: Neuralink implants could be in humans by 2022

"I think we have a chance with Neuralink to restore full-body functionality to someone who has a spinal cord injury."

Iron may be key for development of life on Earth, other planets - study

The importance of iron and the need to access it may have led to changes in evolution, and these trends may be essential for the development of life as we know it.

An informal meal is enhanced by a tumbler of vino

Meals during the day reduce health risks related to night shifts - study

In the end, eating at night gave levels of glucose a boost - which is a risk factor for diabetes.


Mars may have had water for a very short time, study finds

It is possible water may have existed in the Arabia Terra region, but if it had, it could only have been for a very short period of time.


Neutral hydrogen gives solar system's heliosphere its croissant-shape - study

Created by the Sun, the heliosphere is a protective shield that encompasses the entire solar system in a bubble of the ionized gas magnetic field.


Geminids meteor shower starts next week - can it be seen in Israel?

The meteor shower, which comes every year, is one of the most well-known among the annual meteor showers due to its bright lights.


Asteroid twice the size of pyramids heading near Earth at end of year

Known as 2017 AE3, the asteroid has an estimated diameter ranging between 120 meters and 260 meters. It likely won't hit Earth, which is good, because the outcome would be catastrophic.


Seabirds follow fishing vessels to find food sources – study

Northern Fulmars in UK waters often follow shipping vessels themselves and eat fishing waste thrown overboard.

Researchers create 'time crystal' with quantum computers

The versatility of quantum computers have helped physicists create a "time crystal," a new phase of matter.


Red light exposure during morning hours improves declining eyesight - study

Researchers found that participants' color contrast vision improved by about 17% after their eyes were exposed to red light.

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