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A device tracks pigeons’ brain activity as they find their way home.
Ultrasound might provide a new, noninvasive way to control brain activity.
A chip developed by European scientists simulates the learning capabilities of the human brain.
Scientists are developing new ways to manipulate the brain’s normal plasticity.
Rerouting electrical signals around damaged nerves may one day help treat paralysis.
Do new controllers that purport to interpret brain activity really work?
A neurosurgeon explains how she manages to cope with the newest technologies for brain surgery.