Coffee, chimps and meteorites...

How computers can now interpret what someone is seeing just from their brain activity. Oil extracted from used coffee grounds can be used to make a...
23 December 2008
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How computers can now interpret what someone is seeing just from their brain activity - could we "see" dreams in the future? Oil extracted from used coffee grounds can be used to make a better smelling biodiesel; chimps recognise faces in the same way we do; proteins found to located specific DNA sequences very effectively; and the ethical issues surrounding the use of robots for care and war. Plus, in 'Stuff and Non-Science', are meteorites hot when they hit the ground?

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