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Paralyzed teen to kick World Cup's first ball

Paralyzed teen to kick World Cup's first ball The kid will do so by wearing a motorized exoskeleton which is going to be controlled by the brain.

May 26 2014, 3:21am CDT

Even Recreational Marijuana May Be Linked To Brain Changes

Even Recreational Marijuana May Be Linked To Brain Changes Adding to earlier evidence that marijuana may be linked to lasting neurological changes, a new study in the Journal of Neuroscience today finds that even casual pot smoking may have an effect on the size and structure...

Apr 16 2014, 1:32am CDT

Lack Of Sleep Kills Brain Cells, New Study Suggests

Lack Of Sleep Kills Brain Cells If you’re burning the midnight oil, you may be burning out brain cells, too, new research shows. A study published this week in the Journal of Neuroscience found that staying awake too long destroys brain cells in mice...

Mar 20 2014, 5:51am CDT

Using Big Data And Game Play To Improve Mental Fitness

Using Big Data And Game Play To Improve Mental Fitness By Bonnie Feldman This article was written together with Ellen M. Martin and Melinda Speckmann. Games have been part of human culture for millennia. It is no surprise that elements of play can be powerful digital tools...

Feb 21 2014, 6:41pm CST

Sleep Switch Find Brings Scientists Closer To Solving The Mystery Of Why We Sleep At All

Sleep Switch Find Brings Scientists Closer To Solving The Mystery Of Why We Sleep At All Although we spend half our lives doing it, scientists still aren’t sure exactly how we go to sleep or why nature has decided that all animals should do it. Researchers from Oxford University have further narrowed the...

Feb 21 2014, 4:11am CST

New Robotic Arm With Touch Perception

New Robotic Arm With Touch Perception HEALTHBEAT: Scientists wire man's arm to robotics in quest for artificial hand that can feel WASHINGTON (AP) — It's not quite the bionics of science fiction, but European researchers have created a robotic hand that...

Feb 6 2014, 3:57am CST

Experiment adds sense of touch to artificial hand HEALTHBEAT: Scientists add sense of touch to robotic hand, a step to more lifelike prosthetics WASHINGTON (AP) — To feel what you touch — that's the holy grail for artificial limbs. In a step toward that goal, European...

Feb 5 2014, 6:56pm CST

Reading A Novel Could Physically Change Your Brain (But What Does That Mean?)

Reading A Novel Could Physically Change Your Brain (But What Does That Mean?) It turns out that reading a novel can cause measurable changes in how connected portions of your brain are. That, at least, is a conclusion of a study performed at Emory University, which was published in the journal ...

Jan 5 2014, 6:01pm CST

CES 2015 News
New Open Source Platform Allows Anyone To Hack Brain Waves

New Open Source Platform Allows Anyone To Hack Brain Waves For most people how the human brain works remains a mystery, let alone how to hack it.  A new Kickstarter campaign created by engineers Joel Murphy and Conor Russomanno aims to change this by putting an affordable, open...

Jan 3 2014, 10:56am CST

Brain Toxins Washes Away with Sleep

Brain Toxins Washes Away with Sleep Sleep has a very vital function for neurological functioning according to the latest research. Sleep washes away the toxins that have built up in the brain during a whole day’s worth of thinking.

Oct 18 2013, 6:19am CDT

Nest Protect is a $129 Smoke Detector with Brain and Voice

Nest Protect is a $129 Smoke Detector with Brain and Voice Worth $129, the Nest Protect Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detector really makes a person’s home digitally connected. This device will prevent fire hazards and the good thing is that it has voice support.

Oct 9 2013, 3:10am CDT

Microsoft's 3D Touch Screen has Tactile Feedback

Microsoft's 3D Touch Screen has Tactile Feedback Microsoft recently developed a 3D touch screen featuring with tactile feedback.

Jul 5 2013, 5:27am CDT

New Compact Sensor Measures Brain Temp Non-invasively

New Compact Sensor Measures Brain Temp Non-invasively Cool medical tech helps babies

May 9 2011, 4:04pm CDT

The HAL Robot Suit At CES 2011

The HAL Robot Suit At CES 2011 Cyberdyne Systems Makes The Terminator Mk. 1

Jan 7 2011, 3:30pm CST

IBM Builds A Silicon Brain

IBM Builds A Silicon Brain Well, this is a wee bit disconcerting. Computer engineers at IBM are working to create something truly unique; the first ever silicon replica of a human brain. This mimic will “copy the compact power” of fleshy brains...

May 4 2010, 10:57am CDT

Brain Size Is Important For Scoring At Video Games

Brain Size Is Important For Scoring At Video Games According to a new scientific report researchers can predict your performance on a video game simply by measuring the volume of specific structures in your brain. If you always fail at video games you can blame your...

Jan 21 2010, 1:00am CST

Inspector Gadget hits iPhone

Inspector Gadget hits iPhone Namco Games is most well known for a game that launched decades ago called Pac-Man. Namco has announced a new video game for the iPhone that brings a kids cartoon character to the platform for the first time, Inspector...

Mar 16 2009, 6:34am CDT

New Program Promises to Train your Brain

New Program Promises to Train your Brain Everyone knows that exercising your body makes you stronger and look better. A company called Posit Science Corp. released a program today called InSight that promises to give your brain a workout.Insight has five...

Mar 17 2008, 8:23am CDT

Brain Interface for Second Life

Brain Interface for Second Life Japanese researches put an external brain interface to an intriguing use. The brain interface lets you control the movement of an avatar in the virtual world of Second Life. We have already seen a brain interface that...

Oct 15 2007, 11:31am CDT

Magnets to make your Brain grow stronger The NewScientist reports that magnets could make your mind grwo stronger. Stimulating the brain in mice with a magnetic coil appears to promote the growth of new neurons in areas associated with learning and memory...

May 26 2007, 5:00am CDT

NeuroSky has Brain Wave Toys in the Making

NeuroSky has Brain Wave Toys in the Making Silicon Valley company NeuroSky is working on some toys that make use of Brain wave-reading. NeuroSky envisions biofeedback reading devices that work in conjunction with video games to create a new level of experience...

Apr 30 2007, 12:41pm CDT

Tongue Brain Port for Sonar Sensing

Tongue Brain Port for Sonar Sensing Military research works on using the tongue as interface for sonar or cameras. The goal is to give soldiers super-human senses under water or at night. Apparently the idea to use the tongue as transmitter for signals...

Apr 25 2006, 2:08am CDT

Sony files Patent for Brain Interface

Sony files Patent for Brain Interface A Sony scientist filed a patent for brain interface that uses ultrasound to create sensory experiences - This stuff is straight out of the Matrix movies. Sony does not comment in details, besides that the patent is a...

Apr 7 2005, 7:31am EST