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I write about the brain and other strange natural phenomena.
Researchers want to make patient-matched stem cells, but success could depend on gaining a reliable source of human eggs.
Arrays of MRI detectors could help doctors pinpoint the tiny structural flaws behind epilepsy and other disorders.
Electrically stimulating the cerebral cortex could help stroke recovery.
Those on calorie-restricted diets are less prone to heart disease and diabetes, says Washington U. researcher John Holloszy.
Scientists are synthetically engineering E. coli that can target and kill cancer cells.
Nobel Prize winner David Baltimore explains why building smallpox from scratch is a key safety concern in synthetic biology.
Bioengineer Tim Gardner says synthetic biology could create bacteria that produce electricity from waste more efficiently.
Neurotechnology expert Zack Lynch explains the new field and tells us what the future holds for treating brain disorders.
According to brain-imaging studies, the anticipation of pain can be just as agonizing as the experience of it.
A new mouse model could shed light on the social deficits that characterize this complex disease.