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How Does the Brain Work?
See inside Einstein’s brain, learn how to boost your memory, meet people who became savants after an injury, and more.
Could a brain-stimulating technique that uses an electrical current enhance math abilities in children?
Using magnetic wands, researchers can control the brain functions of human subjects and treat depression.
A neuroscientist finds inventive ways to study the brain like sending test subjects into free-fall.
Use some of the same imaging techniques neuroscientists use from MRIs to PET scans to see inside the huma.
Deciphering the brain’s default mode network could help us solve the mysteries of schizophrenia and identity.
A computer named Watson is the latest contestant in machine versus human battles of the “mind.”
Memory prostheses could help the sick and injured by stimulating the hippocampus, but they also raise ethical questions.
Will we ever grow replacement brains or do whole-brain transplants?
New techniques can assess concussions and other head injuries, some directly on the playing field.
Even so-called “mild” head injuries can lead to serious concussions with long-term consequences.
Neurosurgeon Jam Ghajar answers questions about preventing and treating concussions and more severe brain injuries.
Neurobiologists are honing in on how memories form, and then finding ways to erase them.
Neuroscientist Mark George answers questions about transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and how it treats depression.
Harvard neuroscientist Robert Stickgold answers questions about sleep and dreams, including lucid dreams and nightmares.
Clues to the origins of human language are turning up in the brains of birds.
A Johns Hopkins brain surgeon, who started out as a migrant farmworker, talks about his unlikely path.
Neuroscientist Steffie Tomson doesn’t just study the bizarre phenomena of synesthesia, she’s a synesthete herself.
What did Professor Hippocampus say at his retirement party?
An anthropologist discovers something completely unexpected in David Pogue’s brain scan.
What is the nature of consciousness, and how does it arise? Neuroscientist Rodolfo Llin ¡s has some answers.
Cognitive researchers have sobering though preliminary news if we can focus on it.
Fred Lepore, a neurologist who has studied Einstein’s brain, answers questions about human intelligence.
Find out about Science Caf s. Their casual, open format readily engages the public in conversations about science
To the nervous system, memories and chronic pain are strikingly similar. Can we use the same technique to erase them?
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