Researchers believe they've discovered 'anti-memories'
They could work to maintain your brain's delicate electrical balance.
Scientists predict human thought in real time, nearly every time
Researchers at the University of Washington tracked perception at the speed of thought.
ICYMI: Reading a fly's mind, real Minecraft phone and more
Big surprise: Fruit flies are happy to colonize your bananas
LED implants could ease your pain
You may one day turn off your pain by turning on tiny lights in your skin.
Simulated brain cells give robot instinctive navigation skills
Now robots can be taught to find their way home.
Lasers help prove parts of the brain 'sleep' while you're awake
Using 'optogenetics,' an MIT team stimulated part of a mouse's brain, making it as drowsy as an MIT student.
Neuroscientists accurately predict intelligence with an fMRI scan
You've heard of fingerprints -- but what about brain-prints?
Easy-to-make mini brains will help medical research
Brown University's tiny, brain-like blobs will help study drugs and transplants.
For the first time, a paraplegic has walked without a robotic suit
It's the first time a paralyzed man has walked without the use of a robotic exoskeleton.