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Nov 19 2019 | The New York Times
We humans spend a third of our lives asleep, oblivious to our surroundings and temporarily paralyzed.
Oct 31 2019 | Science AAAS
In 2014, U.S. regulators approved a futuristic treatment for blindness. The device, called Argus II, sends signals from a glasses-mounted camera to a roughly 3-by-5-millimeter grid of electrodes at the back of eye.
Oct 22 2019 | Nature Communications
Inhibitory control is fundamental to children’s self-regulation and cognitive development.
Oct 16 2019 | Science Translational Medicine
Patients with epilepsy present abnormal activity in specific brain areas, resulting in the development of seizures.
Oct 14 2019 | Nature Communications
Advances in precision molecular imaging promise to transform our ability to detect, diagnose and treat disease.
Sep 24 2019 | BBC Sounds UK
Addiction specialist Sally Marlow examines the science behind addiction to find out why so many people in Britain are hooked on drugs and alcohol.
Sep 24 2019 | eCorner Stanford
A new program in the School of Engineering teaches STEM faculty how to share breakthrough discoveries with the world.
Sep 18 2019 | National Public Radio
Researchers are beginning to understand why certain brain cancers are so hard to stop.
Sep 10 2019 | Los Angeles Times
There’s a difference between being addicted to a prescription drug and being dependent on it.
Sep 9 2019 | Wired
Regulators say Juul hasn't proved its claim that e-cigarettes are safer than tobacco, and uses misleading appeals to kids.