Despite the lack of peer-reviewed evidence, startup Halo Neuroscience says its brain-zapping headphones have helped athletes get more from their training.
In the next five years, it will be too expensive to further miniaturize—but chip makers will innovate in different ways.
So long, itchy, uncomfortable plaster.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
By some measures machine vision is better than human vision. But now researchers have found a class of “adversarial images” that easily fool it.
Human Connectome Project neuroscientists have created a program to make individualized brain maps.
By detecting light in a new way, engineers can easily send data at 2.1 gigabits per second.
New DNA fix stops brain-destroying terminal illness, but only if it’s given early enough.
We’ve tried to cure cancer before. Will this time be different?
For starters, it’s too expensive and the science isn’t advanced enough.