The app's creators think of it as "lockout insurance."
To study how his brain analyzes different songs. And because they could.
CT scans show how Rameses III--the last "great" king of Egypt--went to his tomb.
An increasing trend of defendants using neuroscience to argue for lesser sentences
A new study says that smartphones are feasible for use in psychological testing.
Forensic scientists in Switzerland are pioneering a whole new way to do autopsies. No scalpel required.
How personal trackers will change health care.
What a power trip!
How does a beatboxer produce such a wide range of percussion sounds?
Wireless sensors could warn city planners when garbage cans are missing or broken, which often precedes rat outbreaks.
But it's just the anticipation--actually doing the math doesn't hurt.
Researchers are harnessing nanoparticle properties to develop fading ink
A new study is a first step toward a objective way to measure physical pain.
It could help diagnose psychiatric conditions
The case could represent a legal precedent for sorting out truth from falsehood in a court of law
But another case that would submit fMRI scans to the legal test is coming up in Tennessee
A new X-ray machine sizes up all the damage in seconds.
Two companies say their brain-scanning technology can find the truth in criminal cases
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