Forget air fans: using liquid cooling techniques is the next big thing in creating supercomputers.
Scientists in Austria have developed a way to map out an entire nervous system using a new light technique.
Researchers using an MRI machine can detect the possibility that a child may be dyslexic before the child even starts to read.
Scientists at Washington State University have created a virtual model of the brain that daydreams like humans.
A new paper from a neuroscientist in Italy claims that the technology to transplant a human head onto another body is now within reach.
A new study indicates that humans can and do feel empathy for robots in much the same way as they might for other, living beings.
A new development in rat brain research has proven that two brains can communicate directly via electronic cables across great distances, a possible precursor to a real human hive mind in the future.
Wearable tech designed to monitor everything from our heart rate to our sleep patterns is becoming increasingly common. However, one group of inventors want to bring that consumer-friendly approach to wearable tech to the arena of brain wave analysis.
Brain surgery continues to make great strides in terms of safety and efficacy, but the delicacy involved requires a skill and precision that makes the practice a risky procedure. In the hopes of reducing some of that risk, a research group has developed a brain surgery robot.
Science fiction author Phillip K. Dick gave us the notion of precogs, gifted humans used to predict the near future in his short story, "The Minority Report." Now a research group has taken data culled from years testing that indicates human may, in fact, have some natural predictive ability.