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May 30 2021 | PsyPost
New research provides evidence that the tendency to respond to hypnosis is linked to cognitive flexibility.
May 26 2021 | Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
Light triggers formation, feeds growth of optic nerve tumors
May 17 2021 | Spectrum News
An autism-linked mutation could make the brain grow unusually big by prompting cells to express a “don’t eat me” signal, according to a new study.
May 14 2021 | Science Friday
Paul Nuyujukian discusses Neuralink's recent "MindPong" video" and the latest in BCI technology with Ira Flatow on Science Friday
May 13 2021 | CNN
A man paralyzed from the neck down for almost a decade has used his mind to compose whole sentences in real-time, according to a new study.
May 12 2021 | New Scientist
Neuroplasticity, or the brain's ability to remodel itself, enables us to interpret all kinds of sensations. We can use that to create new ways to perceive the world, says neuroscientist David Eagleman
May 12 2021 | NIH
Scientists have developed a brain-computer interface (BCI) designed to restore the ability to communicate in people with spinal cord injuries and neurological disorders such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
May 12 2021 | The Guardian
A man who was paralysed from the neck down in an accident more than a decade ago has written sentences using a computer system that turns imagined handwriting into words.
May 12 2021 | Scientific American
Brain-computer interfaces, or BCIs, can restore movement in people with paralysis and may help treat neurological and psychiatric diseases.
May 12 2021 | ScienceNews
Electrodes in a paralyzed man’s brain turned his imagined handwriting into words typed on a screen. The translation from brain to text may ultimately point to ways to help people with disabilities like paralysis communicate using just their thoughts.