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I write about the brain and other strange natural phenomena.
Brain imaging and economic research suggest that older people make less predictable decisions about money.
Mapping the genome of a fetus from its mother’s blood could mean less risky screening for prenatal diseases.
A cheap new machine to read DNA could allow many more labs to start sequencing.
Brain imaging gives insights into how people make decisions, including what they want to buy.
The nanostructure material could predict which soldiers might suffer from traumatic brain injury.
Tumors can evolve resistance to powerful new cancer drugs. But scientists are now learning why, giving hints at how to stop it.
A new imaging method developed at Stanford reveals the complex array of synapses in the cortex.
The discovery could one day allow doctors to catch the disease before it’s done irreversible damage.