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A new venture lets patients choose how their data is used for medical research and offers sophisticated privacy settings.
A new device will let scientists create complex patterns of activity within the brain using optogenetics.
The blood tests may herald a new wave of noninvasive prenatal screening.
The advance could lead to noninvasive ways to test for diseases in the womb.
Fitness trends and health-care problems are creating demand for tiny computers we won’t even notice we’re carrying.
A drug that targets blood vessels in the brain shows promise in animal tests.
Kendall Research’s devices could make optogenetics research much more practical.
Mapping how our neural circuits change under the influence of anesthesia could shed light on one of neuroscience’s most perplexing riddles: consciousness.
A headset ultrasound monitor could make it easier to detect the dangerous aftereffects of brain injuries.
A microfluidic chip could measure effectiveness of patient treatments in resource-poor countries.