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New imaging methods may help distinguish brain damage from psychiatric disorders.
A new imaging method offers a spectacular view of neural structures.
Rerouting electrical signals around damaged nerves may one day help treat paralysis.
A new device could help with deep brain stimulation.
New imaging technologies reveal the intricate architecture of the brain, creating a blueprint of its connectivity.
Scientists in Israel are testing a noninvasive method to electrically stimulate neurons deep in the brain.
A blood test that identifies the disorder in its early stages could soon be made available to researchers.
A new electronic device could lead to denser, faster kinds of memory, and processing chips that act more like the brain.