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Best of 2017 // #79: Noninvasive Brain Stimulation

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Deep brain stimulation is a powerful therapeutic tool.  It lets doctors and researchers target specific brain cells, letting them treat disorders such as Parkinson's...

Best of 2017 // #82: Does Sleep Need a Brain to...

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Is falling asleep easy?  Jellyfish, for example, are just bunches of neurons without a brain, yet they display similar sleep behaviours that people do. /READ...

BEST OF 2014 // #86: Sleep on it

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Neuroscientists know that sleep helps memory, but how and why has long been a serious question.  New evidence suggests brain cells form new neural...

Best of 2016 // #84: Bypassing Paralysis

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When he was 19 years old, Ian Burkhart broke his neck.  He was left quadriplegic; unable to move his upper body from the elbows...

Best of 2014 // #92: The Dull Brain?

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Human beings are pretty unique in their ability to mentally detach ourselves from our surroundings and look inwards.  However, according to a Paper published...

Best of 2011 // 98: Brain Awareness in Patients

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Main brain-damaged patients that are being written off as in a vegetative state are actually alert, despite being immobilized.  Recently, Doctors have started being...

Best of 2017 // #91: Music to my Mind

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Thomas Deuel has experience dealing with the brain, being both a Jazz musician and a Neurologist a the Swedish Medial Centre in Seattle.  He...

Best of 2015 // #93: Do You See What I...

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Scientists all have their go-tos: Biologists have their lab rats, Astronomers have telescopes.  For color researchers, they now have #TheDress. READ MORE // Optical Illusions: Make...

The Best of 2015 // #98: The Brain that Changes itself

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The human brain is an amazing thing; it continually juggles the incoming data from new experiences and moments in each and every day with...

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