Spinal cord injuries (SCI) are the leading cause of disability. A finding facilitates and avoids treatment risks

Spinal cord injury treatments improved Spinal cord injuries (SCI) are [...]

Experiments with ex vivo brain cells grown in lab for more than a year, mirror changes in a newborn’s brain

Brain organoids finding, a step to treat hereditary diseases The [...]

Upward suicide trend in the coronavirus pandemic. What is the age group that could be more affected?

Suicide is an important issue in bioethics because it is [...]

Suicide in coronavirus pandemic. What is the age group that could be more affected?

Suicide is a relevant issue in bioethics because it is [...]

Mind and machine. The ethics of brain-computer technologies

Last September, the Royal Society launched a report entitled iHuman: [...]

Laboratory experiments achieve the first step to manufacture skin that electronically responds to painful stimuli

A recent article published in the American journal Advanced Intelligent [...]

England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. No more heading in training in children aged 11 or under

Children aged 11 and under no longer be taught to [...]

Discussion whether human neurons can be regenerated. Experiments carried out in rodents

Animal testing. A topic under discussion is whether neurons in [...]

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New approach in sex differences in human cognition suggests a change in padigm

Our Observatory has published many articles of the objective differences [...]