Branches of biology

Paralyzed man walks via thought-controlled implants

A paralyzed man has regained the ability to walk smoothly using only his thoughts for the first time, researchers said on May 24, thanks to two implants that restored communication between brain and spinal cord.

The patient Gert-Jan, who did not want to reveal his surname, said the breakthrough had given him "a freedom that I did not have" before.

Russia warns: Radioactive cloud is heading towards Europe

This was stated by the Secretary of the Security Council of Russia Nikolai Patrushev at a meeting in the city of Syktyvkar in Russia.
He also said that an increase in radiation has already been recorded in Poland.
He also drew attention to the fact that US President Joseph Biden arrived in Hiroshima yesterday for the G7 summit.

Which is the First Village in Bulgaria with a Defibrillator

Every 45 seconds someone in Europe suffers a cardiac arrest - or in other words sudden cardiac death. In this situation, a quick response is especially important. Therefore, in most European countries, defibrillators have been installed in public places for years, which can save lives in an emergency. In Bulgaria, this happens at a much slower pace.

Far from illusions

The vast majority of public opinion seems to be handling the electoral contest with calmness and sobriety.

The battles between internet trolls and the shouting contests on TV panels leave the public indifferent. Large gatherings are also a thing of the past, as is the frantic search for a charismatic messiah. 

Compensation over Moria refugee camp deaths upheld

It took six years after the harsh winter that had enveloped the summer-style tents with snow in the Moria refugee camp on the island of Lesvos for compensation to be awarded to the relatives of a Syrian and an Egyptian man who died from carbon monoxide inhalation as they tried to keep warm with makeshift stoves.