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  • Congratulations 2017 Nobel Prize Winners
  • Congratulations Michael, Jeffrey and Michael for your unveiling of the molecular mechanisms that control the circadian rhythm. Yes
    , our three science heroes have figured out that while we sleep our “protein batteries” get recharged and during the day our
    “protein batteries” get depleted. It all seems to work in rhythmic patterns timed by the rotation […] [続きを読む]
  • Optimizing Your Sleep
  • What does the data tell us? The fantastic team of Fullpower Scientists, using the AI-powered Sleeptracker® platform to analyze several millions of nights of sleep from millions of individuals worldwide, dating all the way back to 2011 find that: ? 23% of sleepers are Owls (perform best in the evening) ? 28% Larks (perform best […] [続きを読む]
  • 20 éves a világ első mobilos fotója
  • 1997. június 11-én Philippe Kahn egy észak-karolinai kórházban arra várt, hogy a felesége megszülje lányukat, Sophie-t. Mivel nem mehetett be a szülőszobába, az időt arra használta fel, hogy kitalálta, hogyan tudna a mobiltelefonja segítségével képet készíteni az újszülöttről, hogy azt egyből továbbíthassa is a barátainak. Mindezt persze egy olyan telefonnal, amellyel [続きを読む]
  • The Birth of the Camera Phone
  • 1997: The Birth of the Camera Phone from Conscious Minds on Vimeo. On June 11th, 1997, Philippe Kahn created the first camera phon
    e solution to share pictures instantly on public networks. The impetus for this invention was the birth of Kahn's daughter, w
    hen he jerry-rigged a mobile phone with a digital camera and sent photos […] [続きを読む]
  • Sleep Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Fido
  • Border Terrier, ready any time for anything: Maximizes Sleep Opportunities Yes, Fido can teach us humans a lot about sleep. For do
    gs and humans our scientific approach to analyzing sleep cycles shows us that dogs and humans have similar sleep cycles but that d
    ogs are much more opportunistic in finding opportunities to nap than humans. […] [続きを読む]