A British company is making the device a reality
And give them the right amount of the drug
Short answer: It might be all in your head.
Interface lets a person read another's thoughts
The challenges of using a headband that reads your brain waves
You don't need a spider bite for better tactile detection.
A new product making the rounds promises to make your dog's brain patterns into human speech. Uh, no.
A new study has found that EEG activity is possible beyond the point normally considered brain death.
Poor data and poorer analysis do not make true scientific results.
In a new study, "hypersexual" brains don't respond to sexual images the same way that drug addicts' brains respond to...
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