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How to Control Someone Else's Arm With Your Brain
Biology

How to Control Someone Else's Arm With Your Brain

April 01, 2016You may have always had dreams of being able to control other people with just your brain, and now it& 39;s possible, but you may need a few wires. Neuroscientist Greg Gage has devoted his life to educating people about the brain and the science behind it. One of the best ways he decided to get people interested in the brain was physically showing them what the brain can do.

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Biology

Brain Stimulation System Can Teach You How to Fly

March 23, 2016Being able to put on a brain transfer device and simply upload a wide variety of skills may be in the near future thanks to a breakthrough in practical research from HRL Laboratories. The new innovative brain stimulation cap being tested can stimulate the neurons in the brain and train a user in a skill at a much higher and faster rate.
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Biology

How to Control Someone Else's Arm With Your Brain

April 01, 2016You may have always had dreams of being able to control other people with just your brain, and now it& 39;s possible, but you may need a few wires. Neuroscientist Greg Gage has devoted his life to educating people about the brain and the science behind it. One of the best ways he decided to get people interested in the brain was physically showing them what the brain can do.
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Biology

New Discovery: Foxes Track Prey Using Magnetic Fields

March 04, 2016It has long been a question as to what exactly foxes say, but according to a new study the question we should have been asking is how do they hunt? A scientific paper recently published details on the discovery of a protein, previously only seen in some birds and bats, that has been found in foxes and other mammals.
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Biology

Chinese Scientists Modify Embryos to Resist HIV

April 09, 2016Chinese scientists have once again cloned a human embryo furthering the potential for genetically modified humans. The team utilized CRISPR/Cas9 modification techniques much like previous experiments, but this time they introduced what they hope will be an HIV resistant quality. Most genome editing technologies currently have been used to create human embryos that are resistant to targeted diseases, although many hope that the technology will be used to create super humans.
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Biology

Brain Implant Restores Use of Paralyzed Man's Arm

April 14, 2016For the first time ever, a paralyzed man has regained the ability to move his hand using only signals from his brain. A new study from Ohio State University has pioneered research that has enabled Ian Brukhart to move his hand once again, even being able do everyday tasks with his hand.
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