Tag Archives: brain

How a 17-year-old Girl Built Artificial ‘Brain’ to Detect Breast Cancer?

17-year-old Brittany Wenger wins a grand prize at the second annual Google Science Fair for her project on improving breast cancer diagnosis accuracy using artificial neural networks.

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Necomimi Brainwave-Controlled Cat Ears Price Available – $85 only

Last year, one of my blog posts went viral about Necomimi brainwave-controlled ears. So, the prices are available, will you be buying this neuro-communication gadget?

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Inflatable Deep Pressure Vest to Give Autistic Patients a Hug

Its a great concept of a Hug Machine? I read about this Squease inflatable vest which alleviates anxiety by applying deep body pressure on autistic patients

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How to Perform Transcranial DC Stimulation (tDCS) at Home?

Currently, tDCS is used as therapy for certain psychological disorders. Here’s a new startup which overclocks your brain with direct current. And, you can do it at home?

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BrainGate Project: The Most Advanced Brain-machine Interface [VIDEO]

Using the most advanced brain-machine interface ever developed, Cathy Hutchinson can steer a robotic arm towards a bottle, pick it up, and drink her morning coffee. Its the popular BrainGate project …

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New Brain Implant Software Accuately Detects Epilepsy Seizures

New brain implant software at JHU can accurately detect imminent epileptic seizures, which should significantly cut false alarms and unneeded electrical shocks.

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Convert EEG Waves to Audio using Brain Pulse Music Machine

Japanese artist and therapist Masaki Batoh created a machine that can create sound from brain waves. Check this video..

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How Jose Delgado Controlled People with Brain Implants [HISTORY]

Jose Manuel Rodriguez Delgado is referred to one of the cartoonishly evil mad scientists of all time. This Spanish Professor of Physiology at Yale University wanted to create a mind control device.

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The New Serial Two-Photon Tomography (STP) Imaging Technique

A new technology developed at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) can now automate and standardize the process of collecting whole-brain images in lesser time.

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The Biggest Scientific Breakthrough of the Year 2011

2011 has been an amazing year for scientific discoveries. From all the innovations, over-hyped findings and controversial studies, I’d love to consider the brain chips and implants, they have to be my favorites.

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