For the first time ever, stem cells from umbilical cords have been converted into other types of cells, which may...
The part of the brain we use when engaging in egalitarian behavior may also be linked to a larger sense...
CORDIS reports two US based biotech companies have been granted ethical permission to attempt to regenerate the brains of people declared clinically dead from TBI.
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As robots become more autonomous, people will regard them as more responsible for accidental wrongdoing.
Researchers debate the growing use of tES to enhance creativity, concluding there is a potential value in brain stimulation. However, researchers say, the use of tES raises a number of neuroethical, legal and social issues that must be addressed.
Researchers discuss different applications for neurotech including monitoring criminals, interacting in the metaverse, and enhancing cognitive abilities.
Non-communicative individuals, such as those in comas or vegetative states, may be able to express themselves better than is widely thought, a new study reports.
Reading P300 brain waves of people concealing information allows researchers to reliably predict the concealed information.