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Philosophers have been making the claim that free will is an illusion for hundreds of years. What does modern neuroscience have to say about it?
To figure out how people might benefit from brain training apps, researchers are looking for 30,000 volunteers willing to play brain games science.
A first-of-its-kind neural interface called the Stentrode sits in a blood vessel in the brain, picking up signals it can wirelessly transmit to a computer.
Left-handed people are systematically excluded from brain research, due to an archaic doctrine. These neuroscientists want that to change.
A new blood test for Alzheimer’s is as accurate as the costly, invasive, and time-consuming methods currently used to detect the disease.
The cannabis compound CBD can slow the growth of brain cancer cells, but it’s a long way from a new cancer treatment.
Wireality is a new device that provides haptic feedback for someone using a VR system by pulling on their fingers and wrist with a series of strings.
A lab-altered Ebola virus can hunt human brain cancer cells without killing healthy cells.
Researchers have used a brain implant to help a man with paralysis both move his arm again and regain a sense of touch.