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Mind-Controlled Musical Instrument Helps Paralysis Patients Rehabilitate
Paralysis patients could play music with their minds, using a new brain-control interface that senses brain impulses and translates them...
EEG Monitoring Headband Could Track and Catalog Your Emotional Response to Movies
Films could be indexed by the emotional responses they elicit
EEG Scans Analyze Brain Waves to Uncover Terrorist Plots Before They Happen
Mind-reading can improve national security, a new study says. Brain-wave scanners could help authorities uncover secret details of a terrorist...
EEG Scans May Be Key to Communication for Vegetative Patients
Brain-wave scanners might make it possible to communicate with people who are considered brain-dead, according to a new study reported...
The DoD Wants to Train Soldiers in Immersive Video Games that Respond to EEG, Voice
U.S. armed forces have been using video games to train troops for years, but the Office of the SecDef wants...
The World’s First Commercial Brain-Computer Interface
The world’s first commercial effort at a patient-ready brain computer interface is on display over at CeBIT 2010, but don’t...
Ten Young Geniuses Shaking Up Science Today
Meet PopSci's annual Brilliant 10--a selection of the brightest young researchers in the country. They're helping to keep us healthy, prevent disasters, and make green energy cheaper than coal. Lucky for us, our future is in their capable hands
Your Brain on Vodka, Dope, Benadryl and More
A group of neuroscientists are using new technology to understand how the brain performs under the influence of drugs
Spacing Out and Slipping Up
A better understanding of how zoning out leads to mistakes could help scientists develop "wake-up" systems