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San Jose :: CA :: USA | 3 months ago

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New commercial devices, using technology borrowed from the field of neuroscience, are making it possible to control objects with brain power alone. The idea is to help train users to become more focused and relaxed. EEG headsets, which detect

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Washington :: DC :: USA | 6 months ago

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Babies who had a lullaby played to them regularly while still in the womb recognized the song months after birth, a study has found. The researchers had 10 expectant mothers play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star loudly multiple times per week throughout

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Als :: Denmark | 6 months ago

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Now, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh believe that same technology could be used by people with non-spinal injuries that also restrict movement, such as patients with multiple sclerosis, known as MS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, known

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Freiburg :: Germany | 11 months ago

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The trick here is to resect the offending tissue while sparing what is healthy and necessary for normal function. Typically, surgeons spend a great deal of time electrically stimulating the brain while the patient reports any sensations, and the

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Baltimore :: MD :: USA | 1 year ago

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Humans have an uncanny ability to zero in on a single voice, even amid the cacophony of voices, known as the "cocktail party effect," U.S. researchers say. Jonathan Simon, an associate professor at the University of Maryland, Ph.D. graduate Nai Ding

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Cambridge :: IL :: USA | 1 year ago

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Txchnologist Temporary electronic tattoos could soon help people fly drones with only thought and talk seemingly telepathically without speech over smartphones, researchers say. Electrical engineer Todd Coleman at the University of California at San

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Santa Clara :: Cuba | over 1 year ago

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FoxNews.com What started out as a routine medical observation for epilepsy has turned into a unique scientific discovery concerning the brain's ability to perceive.  After performing small experiments on a patient with electrodes temporarily

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El Granada :: CA :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Hospitals wanting to start moderately, yet keep the option open to upgrade, can move from 8 channels up to 16 and 32 as the complexity of clinical procedures, and so the need for higher resolution imaging, increases. The unit features a 71 cm bore, a

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Cincinnati :: OH :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Baby returns home after brain surgeries to stop seizures 7:18 p.m. EST, August 8, 2012 Jennifer Dempsey pondered the choice of a homecoming bonnet for her 14-month-old daughter. Which hat from more than 50 donated by friends and well-wishers before

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Seattle :: WA :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Analysis from the European Epilepsiae project suggests that seizures could be anticipated in 10% to 15% of patients. Photograph: Sebastian Kaulitzki/Alamy The threat hangs over 50 million epilepsy sufferers worldwide, posing an ongoing challenge for

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