Havana Syndrome

Havana Syndrome: What We Need to Know?

Havana Syndrome is a series of convoluted and unexplained medical symptoms that were first reported by the U.S. and Canadian Embassy in Havana, Cuba, in 2016, along with the following countries. Recently, a CIA officer who visited India with CIA director Williams Burns reported similar Havana Syndrome symptoms. It has created a severe risk in…

Therapies and Implications

Regenerative Medicine: Recent Therapies and Implications

Regenerative Medicine entails replacing tissue or organs that sustained damage through disease, trauma, or even congenital issues, instead of various types of current medical practices that entail treating the symptoms. The tools utilized within this field are as follows: • Tissue Engineering;• Cellular Therapies;• Medical Devices;• Artificial Organs, et al. Combining the different medical approaches…

Cognitive Augmentation and Intelligence Amplification

Gaining Insight into Cognitive Augmentation and Intelligence Amplification

Neuroscience’s recent advances have made way for innovative applications that cognitively augment and enhance humans in different contexts. Human enhancement belongs to a broad range of techniques and approaches to the increasing body or cognitive functions through medical implants, performance-enhancing drugs, prosthetics, human-computer teaming, etc. The results include enhanced characteristics and capabilities that sometimes go…

Xenobots

Can Xenobots- The Tiny Living Machines Create Their Copies?

An unprecedented replication event has been witnessed by the scientists in organic robots formulated in the laboratory while using frog cells. Interestingly enough, the findings or discoveries boost clinical implications in the context of regenerative medicine. Yes! The discovery entails a xenobiotic- “an elementary, configurable viz. programmable, species” formulated by congregating the stem cells in…