CONVERTIR EL PENSAMIENTO EN IMAGENES YA ES POSIBLE. El equipo de investigadores liderado por Jack Gallant, de a Universidad de California, he creado una máquina que decodifica los pensamientos. Es un dispositivo que utiliza el escaneo cerebral para observar la mente de las personas y reconstruir lo que están viendo.
Waterloo students Katelyn Hanna (left) and Jayde Gough (right), both 14, talk to Heather Coburn. They hold copies of Heather's book The Perfect Imperfect Me.
Athlete battling cancer raising money for melanoma research
Amanda Dolson, 10, (shown here with her cat, Winnie) was recently diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. She wants people to realize that arthritis "isn't just an old person's disease."
Run for the Cure returns to Conestoga College
St. Mary’s Hospital ICU back to normal after weekend water damage St. Mary's 32-bed Intensive Care Services provides high-level medical care for children and adults requiring continuous observation and treatment. Intensive care patients include those admitted from our emergency department suffering neurological trauma and multiple injuries, recovering heart surgery patients, and others whose condition calls for constant observation and concentrated care.
Learning to 'speak up' about final wishes: Nurses Chris Bigelow (left) and Cathy Joy discuss how to initiate discussions on advance care plans.
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