Magnetic Bioelectronics Could Make for Better Neural ImplantsNews
A team of Rice University engineers has introduced the first neural implant that can be both programmed and charged remotely with a magnetic field.
"Our study has potential implications regarding our understanding of brain-trauma relationships not only in patients with FND but also across the greater spectrum of trauma-related brain disorders."
Individuals with Gulf War illness display a range of symptoms, including fatigue, chronic pain and cognitive problems such as memory loss.READ MORE
Researchers find bilingualism provides the brain with greater cognitive reserve, delaying onset of symptoms.
By studying mumps virus transmission using genomic data, researchers have revealed new links details about how the disease can spread.READ MORE
This Valentine’s Day, psychologists explore the science behind the ‘beer goggles’ effect and suggests there is some truth to this when considering the attractiveness of potential suitors.
A new research study will analyze blood for the presence of molecules that might predict autism risk years before symptoms appear.READ MORE
An experimental fingerprint detection approach can identify traces of cocaine on human skin, even after someone has washed their hands – and the test is also smart enough to tell whether an individual has actually consumed the class A drug, or simply handled it.READ MORE
Investigating the impact of an enzyme commonly associated with Parkinson’s disease, researchers may have paved the way for better treatments for the illness.READ MORE
A new study analyzing the PTSD of survivors of the 2015 Paris attacks has showed that the untimely resurgence of intrusive images and thoughts in PTSD patients is also linked to a dysfunction of the brain networks that control memory.READ MORE