What does nanotechnology offer the study of the brain and neuroscience? The answer, in fact, is quite a lot.
In a ground-breaking experiment, researchers have successfully created the first human-monkey chimera.
A new CRISPR method allows researchers to silence most genes in the human genome and then reverse the changes.
A team of scientists in breakthrough research used microscopic robots to deliver drugs to the tissues of the affected animals.
Neuroethics might just be one of the most essential tools to advance and accelerate the most impactful neuroscience.
New CRISPR technology could revolutionise gene therapy, offering new hope to people with genetic diseases
Using 'base editing', researchers have cured progeria in mice. This genetic syndrome causes premature ageing in humans.
Cognitive decline due to ageing can be reversed in mice – here’s what the new study means for humans
This offers hope that the cognitive impairment associated with growing older is a transient state we can potentially fix.
Imagine controlling your computer just by thinking. It sounds far-out, but real advances are happening.
Neuralink has created an implant device that can deliver brain recordings to a computer in real time.
Brain-machine interfaces are getting better and better – and Neuralink’s new brain implant pushes the pace
BMIs could be truly transformative as they help more people overcome limitations caused by injury or disease in the brain and body.