Somatosensory feedback from specialized sensors helps inform the spinal cord about ongoing movement and keeps a cat from falling when they encounter obstacles.
A "flicker treatment" that uses flickering lights and sounds has been shown to be tolerable, safe, and effective in treating adults with mild cognitive impairment.
Researchers have identified significant differences in the mechanisms of chronic itch between hairy and non-hairy areas of the skin.
Gray matter was reduced in areas of the frontal gyri of patients with COVID-19. Significant gray matter reductions were seen in those who received oxygen therapy and in those who reported fever. The findings suggest coronavirus affects the frontotemporal brain network due to reduced oxygen and fever.
Georgia Tech researchers are using 3D printing, plastic-lined table cloths, and an array of other items to craft personal protective equipment that can be used by healthcare workers treating COVID-19 patients. The team will share the designs for free, allowing for crowdsourcing of DIY protective gear.
Georgia Tech researchers are calling on machine learning specialists and cancer researchers to help discover potential new therapies for oncological diseases.