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IBM researchers unveil TrueNorth, a new computer architecture that imitates how a brain works.
A maverick neuroscientist believes he has deciphered the code by which the brain forms long-term memories.
A scientist who has anguished over terrors in her family’s history explores how people might erase the trauma from memories.
Researchers have grown brain tissue with distinct regions that mimic different functional structures of the developing brain.
Macaques in China are the first primates born with genomes engineered by precision gene-targeting methods.
IBM’s brainlike computer architecture paves the way for a new kind of artificial vision.
Computer-controlled sedation could lighten the load for intensive-care staff and make the process safer for patients.
Despite promising results in controlling neuronal activity, leaders in brain research still wrestle over turning their work into treatments.
Human tests of an electrode implanted deep into the brain could one day lead to smart, self-regulating implants.