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How feasible is it to transplant a brain from one head to another?

3-28-2024 | 9

Could someone realistically have their brain transferred to a new body or is this purely the stuff of science fiction ?

Science & Technology

Video shows Neuralink brain chip recipient playing chess 'telepathically'

 VIDEO  3-21-2024 | 6

For the first time, footage has emerged showing the capabilities of Elon Musk's Neuralink brain-computer interface chip.

Modern Mysteries

New Havana syndrome study raises more questions than answers

3-20-2024 | 16

Scientists have conducted advanced tests on the brains of those afflicted with the enigmatic condition.

Science & Technology

Brain implants: what are the ethical issues of wiring up our minds ?

2-16-2024 | 0

After Neuralink's recent announcement of a successful human trial, brain implants have become a topic of heated debate.

Science & Technology

Neuralink brain chip has been implanted in a human for the first time

1-30-2024 | 17

Elon Musk's ambitious brain-computer interface startup has carried out its first ever human brain implant procedure.

Science & Technology

Scientists develop new way to make someone easier to hypnotize

1-8-2024 | 3

The non-invasive brain stimulation technique was shown to be effective at increasing a person's hypnotizability.

World of the Bizarre

Doctors find metal needle in the brain of an 80-year-old woman

10-18-2023 | 2

The woman had seemingly lived for eight decades with the needle embedded in the left side of her brain.

Science & Technology

Pregnant women could help to solve the mysteries of pareidolia

10-1-2023 | 1

Pareidolia is the brain's tendency to perceive meaningful shapes in abstract patterns, such as seeing faces in the clouds.

Science & Technology

Consciousness may rely on brain cells acting collectively

8-20-2023 | 9

Neurophysiologist Par Halje looks at how research into psychedelics could help us understand consciousness.

Palaeontology

Row erupts over intelligence of early small-brained humans

7-23-2023 | 17

Whether or not some of the ancestors of modern humans were as brainy as believed remains a matter of contention.

Science & Technology

Scientist claims to have performed brain surgery on himself at home

7-19-2023 | 6

Michael Raduga reportedly lost a significant amount of blood while undertaking a 10-hour procedure on his own head.

Science & Technology

Uploading our minds to a computer might actually become possible

7-6-2023 | 18

The idea of uploading someone's mind to a computer might seem like science-fiction, but what if it could be done for real ?

Science & Technology

FDA approves Elon Musk's Neuralink for human trials

5-31-2023 | 10

The entrepreneur's new brain-computer interface can finally begin testing on human volunteers.

Science & Technology

Scientists discover potential new way to boost the brain's abilities

5-28-2023 | 1

The research involved rhythmically stimulating the brain with electrical currents to boost cognitive function.

World of the Bizarre

Injured solider woke up to find that he could see the world in reverse

5-23-2023 | 8

The case of a Spanish soldier who survived after being shot during the civil war has intrigued experts for years.

Science & Technology

How accurate is the claim that we only use 10% of our brains ?

5-7-2023 | 13

It's an idea that has been spread around for decades - but as one scientist explains, there's nothing to actually back it up.

Science & Technology

Comatose patients 'internally awakened' as they died, study finds

5-4-2023 | 1

Researchers found signs of 'conscious-like' brain activity in patients who passed away while in a coma.

Metaphysics & Psychology

1% of the population cannot mentally visualize anything at all

3-1-2023 | 10

Most of us take it for granted that we can imagine things in our mind, but some people literally have no imagination whatsoever.

Science & Technology

How and why did we evolve the ability to use our imagination ?

2-26-2023 | 6

Neuroscientist Andrey Vyshedskiy takes a look at the evolutionary history of our ability to imagine things.

Science & Technology

19-year-old is youngest ever person to be diagnosed with Alzheimer's

2-23-2023 | 15

The patient, who hails from China, had been experiencing problems with his memory for the better part of two years.

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