Skip to content Skip to navigation

Media Coverage

Jan 16 2020 | WBUR
The online world can be isolating — and it can even contribute to rage, depression and extremism. But technology and the web can also be used to foster community, understanding and even spirituality.
Jan 8 2020 | Nature
From a painful pinch to a soft caress, scientists are zooming in on the pressure-sensitive proteins that allow cells to detect tension and pressure.
Dec 30 2019 | Vice
As long as it took you to read that headline. Or shorter. Or it might not exist at all.
Dec 16 2019 | Scientific American
Exercise, including Qigong and Tai Chi, can produce impressive results.
Dec 12 2019 | Cell
A pair of advances in brain imaging technology will help neuroscientists track electrical activity in neurons with a new level of clarity.
Nov 25 2019 | Elemental Medium
What’s really behind the sleepiness after a hearty Thanksgiving meal.
Nov 20 2019 | US News
When drugs fail, another option is deep brain stimulation, or DBS, where electrodes are placed in a specific brain region that helps control muscle activity.
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.