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By injecting a “brain glue” into rats, researchers were able to speed up their recovery after a traumatic brain injury.
Deep brain stimulation is being studied as a treatment for any number of neurological and psychological conditions. But what is it, exactly?
A new wireless brain-computer interface was able to record and transmit brain signals as effectively as the “gold standard” wired systems.
Functional ultrasound tech can be used to map the brain activity of monkeys, suggesting it might be useful for future brain-machine interfaces.
Researchers have created a “tiny machine” to better study brain organoids, clumps of stem cells that simulate the brain.
The brain is a difficult place to work. How can brain mapping help open the black box between your ears?
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.