Robots Untangle Hallucinations from Parkinson’s Disease
Hallucinations are a surprisingly common symptom of Parkinson’s, and new research suggests a way to map and potentially treat them.
A Hero Behind the VR Headset
Walter Greenleaf won’t stop until virtual reality and extended reality reach their full potential in health care.
Artificial Intelligence Is Learning to Manipulate You
While AI may not end the world the way sci-fi writers imagine, it may very well pull your strings in the near future.
How to Jumpstart Time After the Pandemic Pause
Our perception of time is fluid. Here are ways to optimize your relationship with time.
The Neuropolitics of Extremism
New research may shed light on political polarization—and how we could protect against the incitement of violence.
Neuroprivacy as a Basic Human Right
New braintech can capture a vast amount of personal data. It’s time to think about how yours will be protected.
All the Lonely People—What Do They All Think Of?
Paradoxically, people who are lonely may have more active social brains.
Biophilic Homes Prove Nature is the Best Medicine
Living design elements create a serene, multisensory, healing experience.
Lithium: The Next Trend in Microdosing?
Low levels of the naturally occurring, soft shiny metal could reduce violence and enhance moods for all.
The Focus of His Energy
Neal Kassell is on a mission to bring focused ultrasound therapy to the masses.
Taste 2.0 is Here
The discovery of a new taste cell deepens our understanding of this complex and adaptive sensory system.
How to Change Your Mind Over a Glass of Wine
Becoming an expert in anything, whether it’s wine tasting or mathematics, changes the way you perceive the world.