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I write about the brain and other strange natural phenomena.
Scientists want to adopt a set of declarations to improve the security of research that uses DNA synthesis. A proponent discusses the whys and wherefores of this effort.
New imaging techniques give tantalizing clues to why some people are able to recover consciousness following severe brain injuries.
New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs in biotechnology – and what they mean.
Learning to consciously alter brain activity through MRI feedback could help control pain and other disorders.
New sequencing technologies that can detect rare mutations in tumors might allow personalized treatments for cancer.
The rodents regained mobility after receiving a combination of drugs and stem cells that rewired their nervous systems.
Technologies for regenerating damaged cells could one day help aging iPod addicts – who are at higher risk of hearing loss.
Scientists have engineered tissue from muscle cells that can transmit electrical signals through the heart.
A new imaging method could show how cannabinoids affect diseases like schizophrenia.
Researchers want to make patient-matched stem cells, but success could depend on gaining a reliable source of human eggs.