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Kendall Research’s devices could make optogenetics research much more practical.
A headset ultrasound monitor could make it easier to detect the dangerous aftereffects of brain injuries.
The advance offers a nontoxic way to study how the organ works, and how disease impairs it.
The device can conform to the shape of the brain, enabling better recording of electrical activity.
Researchers develop a simple way to test whether patients who appear unresponsive truly are.
By creating animals with chromosomal abnormalities, they hope to learn more about how the disorders develop.
Researchers develop an fMRI-based model to reconstruct moving images that people are seeing.
Made from cheap, mass-producible parts, the device could help scientists learn how the brain directs movement.
A study suggests that age-related chemical signals in blood impair the growth of new neurons, but young blood can refresh old brains.
Research uncovers the cellular defects that cause this type of forgetfulness.