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Mystery human species had an advanced brain

4-24-2017 | 2

Homo naledi's brain may not have been as big as that of a modern human, but it was still sophisticated.

Science & Technology

Scientists unravel how and when people dream

4-20-2017 | 4

Researchers have been working on a new way to identify the parts of the brain responsible for dreaming.

Science & Technology

Sleep may help us forget, claim scientists

2-7-2017 | 13

The pruning of synaptic connections in the brain may be one of the primary reasons that we need sleep.

Science & Technology

Brain interface mind-reads locked-in patients

2-1-2017 | 9

A new mind-reading breakthrough has made it possible to communicate with completely locked-in patients.

Science & Technology

Will true mind reading be possible in 2017 ?

 VIDEO  12-23-2016 | 10

Recent advances in computer-brain interfaces could soon make brain-to-brain communication a reality.

Science & Technology

Ice cream for breakfast 'makes you smarter'

11-25-2016 | 27

A Japanese scientist has revealed that eating the frozen dessert for breakfast boosts mental performance.

Science & Technology

14-year-old wins right to cryogenic freezing

11-18-2016 | 6

A controversial court ruling has made it possible for a young cancer patient to be frozen after death.

Science & Technology

US military trials electric brain stimulation

11-14-2016 | 7

Drone operators and other military personnel could have their effectiveness boosted by electrical pulses.


World's first dinosaur brain fossil unearthed

 VIDEO  10-29-2016 | 4

The discovery was made by fossil hunter Jamie Hiscocks who found the specimen on a beach near London.

Space & Astronomy

Mars astronauts vulnerable to 'space brain'

10-10-2016 | 28

Astronauts embarking on missions in to deep space could be at an increased risk of developing dementia.

Nature & Environment

Are apes able to tell what you are thinking ?

10-7-2016 | 16

A new study has shown that our primate cousins may be able to tell what's going on in each other's heads.

Metaphysics & Psychology

Are we all living in a 'conceptual prison' ?

9-5-2016 | 18

Our brains may actually perceive only a fraction of reality to help ensure the survival of our species.

Science & Technology

VR helps paralyzed patients to walk again

 VIDEO  8-12-2016 | 5

In a remarkable breakthrough, a brain training system has restored movement in eight paraplegic patients.

Nature & Environment

Ducks much smarter than previously thought

7-18-2016 | 7

Ducks and other birds may possess far greater cognitive abilities than anyone had ever realized.

Science & Technology

Bug may invalidate 15 years of brain research

7-8-2016 | 1

A computer software bug has potentially rendered over a decade's worth of brain studies totally void.

Nature & Environment

Plants are very good at making decisions

 VIDEO  7-4-2016 | 14

Despite not even having a brain, plants are actually quite adept at making important life choices.

Nature & Environment

Snails make decisions using only two neurons

6-4-2016 | 9

The humble freshwater snail manages to engage in complex decision-making using only two brain cells.

Science & Technology

Government study finds cellphone-cancer link

5-27-2016 | 63

The findings suggest that exposure to cellphone radiation may cause brain and heart cancers in rats.

Metaphysics & Psychology

Are we all suffering from 'ethical amnesia' ?

5-21-2016 | 24

A new study suggests that our brains may deliberately muddle up or forget memories of immoral acts.

Science & Technology

Can a brain dead patient be brought back ?

5-4-2016 | 15

A groundbreaking new trial is aiming to find a way to regenerate the brains of clinically dead patients.

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