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Our brains adapt in outer space conditions and we can measure it
In their newest discovery published researchers from the University of Antwerp and University of Liège show that our brains modify their activity in conditions of altered gravity, like weightlessness.
Researcher AUREA awarded with Amelia Earhart Fellowship
Angelique Van Ombergen (AUREA) receives an Amelia Earhart Fellowship worth $ 10,000.
Astronaut's brain is altered after a stay in outer space
Antwerp scientists were the first to prove that when astronauts spend a long time in space, their brain is altered. This discovery may also be good news for people who are bedridden for a long period of time.
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