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Paralysed rats takes 1,000 steps thanks to remote-controlled technology

30 September 2014

Scientists in the US have made paralysed rats walk again by directing electrical pulses at their spinal cords to mimic commands normally sent by the brain. A human trial is next.

Jellyfish Stinging in microscopic slow motion

30 September 2014

ScienceAlert explains how jellyfish sting and provides vision of their sting in microscopic slow motion

Astronaut Chris Hadfield on space oddities

30 September 2014

Check out this interview with American astronaut, Chris Hadfield about some of the experiences in space.

We want to start more conversations about mental health...

30 September 2014

Farmonline, with the support of the Rural Adversity Mental Health Program, has set up a special section of their website to raise awareness about mental health issues, share the personal stories of those affected and help our readers find additional support and resources.

Men 'giving up' on books to watch films or go online

29 September 2014

Men prefer to watch film adaptations of books than read the original novel, according to a new study, which found the opposite is true for women.

Nature. Beauty. Gratitude.

25 September 2014

Nature’s beauty can be easily missed — but not through Louie Schwartzberg’s lens.

Why can't astronauts sleep?

21 September 2014

Most of the astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) find it difficult to get a proper night’s sleep, and many get less than five hours a night.

Violinist plays during brain surgery

17 September 2014

Musician Roger Frisch underwent deep brain stimulation to fix tremors in his hands and played the violin throughout the process.

PODCAST: A big future for small robots

13 September 2014

For years farms have getting bigger and bigger – and with it the size of the machinery we use to work them.

Should you 'push through pain' when you exercise?

8 September 2014

A certain level of discomfort is expected, but pain is often a sign you need to stop.

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