Last week, a team of researchers developed a new implant that has the ability to wirelessly deliver drugs directly into the brain with the press of a button, like changing the channel on a TV.
Scientists in the 1970s concluded that the human body could not convert carbohydrates into fat.
In 1961, birth control pills were packaged loose in vials, like any other medication. They also came with complex instructions on how to take them.
Similarly, when someone with sleep paralysis suffers the terrifying, hallucinatory experience, the immediate question is: What just happened to me?
This innovative gadget awakens the sleeper with the smell of coffee and the gentle rattle of stainless steel ball bearings as the water boils.
Inspired by hyenas, an animal with a remarkable ability to feed on anything it can scavenge, Gong speculates on how future biotechnology could have the power to create bacteria to mimic the digestive abilities of these creatures. When administered correctly, these bacteria would allow people to fill their stomachs with even the most putrid of foodstuffs without fear of poisoning.
Someone has invented a line of scented pills designed to make your gaseous emissions smell like violets, roses, and even chocolate.
This tells us place cells have more to do with perceived location than we though, and also that virtual reality is pretty serious business.
Before long, so-called hipster looks started showing up at big-box retailers.