According to UCSF researchers, during non-REM sleep, newly learned useful neural patterns are replayed and recapped.
A collaborative effort aims to provide a new method of communication for people with cerebral palsy.
University of Tübingen researchers have measured the readiness potential and brain activity in people prior to embarking on a 192 meter bungee jump.
University of Rochester researchers report low levels of electrical stimulation delivered to areas of the brain responsible for movement can instruct an appropriate response, replacing signals for sensory processing.
Neurons in the anterior intraparietal cortex learn to modulate their activity to compensate for errors in brain-machine interface tasks. Findings suggest the extent to which a person can learn a new skill is constrained by preexisting neural networks.
A new technology for decoding neuromuscular signals may help make prosthetic hands easier for patients to use, researchers report.
A new study reveals the neurological mechanisms at work during ketamine anesthesia.
A paralyzed person is expected to make the first kick in the World Cup this year, thanks to a new brain controlled exoskeleton with a sense of touch, designed by researchers at TUM.
Researchers propose four new human rights laws that could help protect against exploitation and privacy loss in the age of neurotechnology.