Wow. So that happened.
An incredibly intelligent animal, probably with superhuman visual acuity, which is currently multiplying like mad and taking over the oceans. What could possibly go wrong?
The discovery shows that smartphones are literally altering the way our minds work.
Easy-to-monitor brain-glucose levels give a clear suggestion to a patient's chance of coma-survival, says new research.
A new study suggests that a specific brain function protects us from these bouts of absent-minded driving—but that it completely breaks down while texting.
Researchers have created a new map of the human brain which shows where we organise words depending on their meaning—and it could help us read minds more accurately than ever. Read More >>
New research suggests it's so we're ready for any possible trouble.
A new study suggests that human perception is like the frames of a film reel running through a projector.
The clever device uses an artificial neural bypass that reroutes signals from Burkhart’s brain to the affected muscles.
Groundbreaking work from Imperial College London reveals the drug's dramatic mental effects, while pointing toward therapeutical applications.
That fateful day when machines finally become smarter than humans has never appeared closer — yet the truth is hard to grasp. It's time to bust some myths about the machines.
It’s an exciting proof-of-concept that heralds the potential for “cyborg intelligence.”
This robotic wheelchair is actually being controlled by a monkey's brain. Read More >>
A classic case of scientists doing reasonably good work, before being spun in all directions by the media.
These mini-brains may be small—about the size of a common housefly—but they still exhibit characteristics typical of the real thing.
When it comes to the prospect of hacking the brain, it’s not a matter of if, but when.