A Brain Wave Worth a Thousand Words If it wasn't enough that scientists could read your memories, they can now listen in on them, too. In a new study, neuroscientists connected a network of electrodes to the hearing centers of 15 patients' brains (image above) and recorded the brain activity while they listened to words like "jazz" or "Waldo."
7 fun science experiments for kids to SEE the sound -- it is hard for kids to understand the concept that sound is wave, these activities make it easier for them to grasp the concept and learn science study skills. Wonderful STEM project ideas for school,
Single molecule's electric charges seen in first image
Single molecule's electric charges seen in first image Researchers have shown off the first images of the "charge distribution" in a single molecule, showing an intricate dance of electrons at tiny scales.
This diagram shows the entire spectrum of electromagnetic waves. The scale at the bottom indicates representative objects that are equivalent to the wavelength scale. The atmospheric opacity determines what radiation reaches the Earth's surface.