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By delivering gene therapies to patients before they go blind, doctors may be able to prevent the loss of many important light-detecting cells.
Computer-controlled sedation could lighten the load for intensive-care staff and make the process safer for patients.
A tiny, unobtrusive brain monitor could help track daily seizures.
An easy-to-use EEG cap could expand the number of ways to interact with your mobile devices.
Brain wave patterns show a clear transition to a coma-like state in patients under general anesthesia.
Researchers develop a simple way to test whether patients who appear unresponsive truly are.
Manufacturers are testing a brain-wave-sensing system that sounds an alarm when it detects sleepiness.
For the first time, researchers have used brain signals to predict when a driver is about to slam on the brakes.
A new brain-control interface lets users make calls by thinking of the number—research that could prove useful for the severely disabled and beyond.
Tapping into the processing power of the human brain could help computers with some tasks.