Flat brain organoids grown on 3D-printed scaffolds show intrinsic gyrification

The research, by an international team from the Autonomous University of Madrid and the Technical University of Denmark, used 3D printing to create scaffolds for engineered flat brain organoids. The scaffolds allowed the brain organoid size to be significantly increased and after 20 days, self-generated folding was observed. Their results are published in the IOP […]

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Alienware adds DeLorean-inspired Cherry MX mechanical key switches to m15 R4, m17 R4 laptops

Mechanical keyboards may be the preferred choice for most PC gamers, but their chunkiness mean they rarely appear in laptops. Thanks to Alienware’s new collaboration with Cherry MX, however, we now have laptops with Cherry MX mechanical keyboards.Alienware teased its three-year-long alliance with Cherry MX, which the companies call “Project X,” back in January with […]

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At face value: Using facial analysis algorithm to track changes due to Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a well-studied neurodegenerative disorder that affects between 7 and 10 million people worldwide. Despite PD being a recurrent topic in the medical literature for over 200 years, its mechanisms are largely unclear, and existing treatments are aimed at improving the patient’s symptoms. Among PD’s most common symptoms are motor problems, including […]

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AT&T will no longer allow unlimited TV streaming now that California law bans ‘zero-rating’

California’s net neutrality law is coming back to bite consumers in the backside, at least according to AT&T. The provider has previously allowed customers to stream content from HBO Max without it counting toward their data caps (zero-rating). However, California’s new law bans streaming services from “sponsoring” subscribers’ data usage.AT&T announced on Wednesday that it […]

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