Student researchers capture specific thought processes in short-term memory with simple EEG electrodes.
You have a 100 billion cells in your brain, and the vast majority of them aren't neurons.
Einstein was one smart fella, but his brain may not have been anything special.
Scientists discover that applying small amounts of electric stimulation to the brain while sleeping can cause lucid dreaming.
The speed and efficiency of the human brain is puts modern computers to shame, but a new computer modeled on synaptic connections is thousands of times faster and tens of thousands of times more efficient than the computers we have today.
This, we are told, is a terribly simplistic map of a mouse brain. But hey, it sure is pretty, isn't it? And it might even teach us a thing or two.
Most of the time, I have absolutely no idea what my brain is doing, so it's nice that there's a way to keep tabs on it now.
The FDA approves electric-stimulating headband to battle pain associated with migraine headaches.
The U.S. Air Force is testing electrical brain stimulation to keep soldiers more alert and more focused, and it may work on you, too.
DARPA is looking for technology that will enable them to create a brain implant that will restore missing memories from brain-damaged soldiers.