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A device tracks pigeons’ brain activity as they find their way home.
Scientists use brain imaging to predict what someone is looking at.
New research shows that people can learn to suppress memories. It also suggests new avenues for treating post-traumatic stress disorder.
Can brain imaging truly detect lies?
Despite promising results in controlling neuronal activity, leaders in brain research still wrestle over turning their work into treatments.
A study suggests that age-related chemical signals in blood impair the growth of new neurons, but young blood can refresh old brains.
The need for operating systems to help brains and machines work together.
Thousands of U.S. soldiers have survived powerful explosions in Iraq. Many are returning home with brain injuries that could result in long-term disabilities.
Imaging the brain during social interaction reveals a deficit that may be tied to a sense of self.