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Electrodes placed on the forehead can ease seizures and more.
Companies hope that brain stimulation will work where drugs have failed.
A novel optical device could ultimately be used to treat neurological disease.
A system to detect brain chemicals may improve therapies for Parkinson’s and other disorders.
Scientists are using genetic “light switches” to probe memory and improve disease therapy.
Ultrasound might provide a new, noninvasive way to control brain activity.
More-invasive therapies show promise for treating Parkinson’s.
A new device could help with deep brain stimulation.
New approaches to modeling the brain could improve electrical-stimulation therapies.