Psychokinesis? No, But Neurable’s Brain-Computer Interface Technology Might Still Surprise You

Psychokinesis? No, But Neurable’s Brain-Computer Interface Technology Might Still Surprise You »

30 Jan, 2017
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Neurable’s machine learning software could soon control everything from virtual reality (VR) experiences for gamers to augmented reality (AR) solutions for the military.

Building a Better Way to Learn Medical Knowledge

Building a Better Way to Learn Medical Knowledge »

Shiv Gaglani and Ryan Haynes aim to improve the way medical students learn and retain information by leveraging cognitive science on their education platform, Osmosis.

Not Just a Meditation Tool: The Muse Brain Sensing Headband In Neuroscience Research

Not Just a Meditation Tool: The Muse Brain Sensing Headband In Neuroscience Research »

Wearable’s low-cost and portability prove advantageous in university studies

5 Hot Neuroscience Innovations Changing Healthcare Right Now

5 Hot Neuroscience Innovations Changing Healthcare Right Now »

Ann Romney, Global Ambassador for the Ann Romney Center for Neurological Diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Nancy Synderman, Chief Medical Editor, NBC News, speak at the 2015 World Medical Innovation Forum. All photos via WMIF.  Last week's Partners Health Care World Medical Innovation Forum (WMIF) brought together scientists and healthcare…
10 Quotable Moments from the World Medical Innovation Forum

10 Quotable Moments from the World Medical Innovation Forum »

Ann Romney, Global Ambassador for the Ann Romney Center for Neurological Diseases at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and Nancy Synderman, Chief Medical Editor, NBC News. All photos via WMIF. The World Medical Innovation Forum (WMIF) took place last week from April 27 to 29, 2015 at the Westin Copley Place Boston…
This Company Uses Gaming to Teach Emotions Management – And It Works

This Company Uses Gaming to Teach Emotions Management – And It Works »

There are 16 million kids in the United States with behavioral problems like ADHD or autism spectrum, says Jason Kahn, CEO and founder of Neuro’motion. Of those 16 million, the majority – 12 million – get no treatment. That's why Kahn’s company developed a video game to help these kids build the emotional strength they…
NeuroLaunch to Expand to Boston

NeuroLaunch to Expand to Boston »

8 Apr, 2015
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In their first batch, Atlanta-based neuroscience accelerator NeuroLaunch mentored six companies, which have now raised more than $4 million collectively. "We hit our milestones," says Jordan Amadio, the co-founder of NeuroLaunch and a fourth year neurosurgery resident at Emory University School of Medicine. "We attracted the right kind of energy, mentors and investors." Now, Amadio…
Carnegie Mellon’s Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Brain Science

Carnegie Mellon’s Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Brain Science »

16 Sep, 2014
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CMU's BrainHub brings cross-disciplinary researchers together for brain research. Photo via CMU BrainHub. How does the brain work? This might be the biggest scientific question of the 21st century, and many scientists say that we're just scratching the surface when it comes to understanding how neurons work together to create complex…
Citizen Science: Can citizens power medical research?

Citizen Science: Can citizens power medical research? »

16 Feb, 2014
MedTech Features
Any citizen can be a scientist. At least, that was the theme of one popular symposium today at the 2014 AAAS conference. It's the fourth full day of non-stop science here in Chicago, but despite the information deluge many participants perked up for a lively debate following a presentation called "Advances in Citizen Science." What is…

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