Intelligent advanced aircraft is one thing, but if the Air Force wants to be in prime warfighting condition, its pilots had better come with advanced weaponry, too. That’s why the Air Force wants neuroweapons that can enhance airmen’s performance, while degrading the mental states of their foes.
A group of neuroscientists are using new technology to understand how the brain performs under the influence of drugs
By Gregory MonePosted 05.01.2008 at 11:10 am 0 Comments
Alan Gevins and his team at SAM Technology in San Francisco are nearing the end of a large study analyzing the effects of various drugs on cognitive performance. An editor at Technology Reviewrecently visited their offices, and downed a stiff cocktail, to experience their work first-hand.