Low-slung and as technically advanced as a Tron light cycle, the BMW Titan motorcycle concept is Turkish designer Mehmet Doruk Erdem‘s notion of a futuristic BMW-powered land speed record bike, suitable for runs on the Bonneville salt flats of Utah.
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Scientists are still using a 100 year-old map to identify 83 known regions of the brain, but that’s about to change. A team from Washington University in St. Louis, working with the Human Connectome Project, has plotted 97 new areas of our gray matter, bringing the total to 180. The updated map will help researchers better explore the brain and may lead to breakthroughs in autism, schizophrenia and other neurological disorders. “If you want to find out what the brain can do, you have to understand how it is organized and wired,” says study leader Dr. David Van Essen.
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For women, menopause is a natural part of getting older, but it may also speed up the aging process, a new study finds.
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Watching glasses-free 3D on a TV is no longer an outlandish concept, but that hasn’t been true for movie theaters. How are you supposed to create the same parallax effect for everyone, whether they’re up front or way in the back? Researchers at MIT CSAIL and Israel’s Weizmann Institute for Science finally have a practical answer.
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Surveillance video at a wildlife park in northern China shows the horrifying moment a woman is attacked by a captive tiger. The woman survived, but her mother was killed after she rushed to defend her daughter.
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