Scientists tested the new method in fruit fly larvae, and hope it could help shine a light on how the brain and central nervous system work together.
Researchers got people’s brains to associate Clint Eastwood with the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and encode it in their neurons.
In the 2000s, lab-grown brains flew planes and drove robots—but real-world applications remain basic, and a very long ways off.
Blue lights and gene therapy could potentially be used to treat blindness, PTSD, and obesity.
The ultimate technophile versus technophobe question.
The biology behind schizophrenia has been an enduring and frustrating mystery of neuroscience.
The breakthrough could lead to better pain medication.
What’s technology doing to our heads?
An early hit from this week’s PyCon 2015.
Neurons made from stem cells integrated just fine in mouse brains, offering hope for replacement therapies.