neuroscience

Treating Neurodegenerative Diseases with BCI

If you’d asked me a short few weeks ago whether I thought neurogenesis in humans continued throughout their lifetime (as so often the topic comes up in casual conversation), I’d have, with 100% confidence, said “yes.” That’s right friends, strangers, guy in that chair over there… Today, we’re talking about one of my favorite subjects! Brains.

Mental and Social Woes of Suspicion

Welcome back! Good to see ya, nice to meet’cha, let’s dive right in! Today’s topic is solely focused on suspicion and how it can affect your social life and mental processes. Of course, it’s only reasonable that I explain how this topic popped into my head.

Improving Quality of Life

I’ve previously written a couple of blog posts on tech advancements aimed at aiding movement inhibited individuals. This is another one of those, focused singularly on Brain-Machine Interface (BMI, also called Brain-Computer Interface, BCI), which we’ve touched on before.

Concerning Reality

. . In 2005, an article regarding the importance of visual input vs auditory input in relation to spatial information gathering came out of Stanford University School of Medicine’s Department of Neurobiology. I hope that sentence was as fun to… Read More ›

Discovering Power

Science is similar to a good book. You latch on to a subject and study it and every time you blink, there’s something new—new research or studies, new medicines, new therapies, new technologies, new, new, new.

Body, or Brain?

I try to keep on top of trending topics. Short of that, I just shoot for interesting. I think this blog hits both areas. Let’s get real: When is talking about health (read: diets) not a trending topic? Never? Correct! So, answer these questions: