It might seem like science fiction, but the idea of connecting the brain to a computer isn’t all that new.
A new CRISPR method allows researchers to silence most genes in the human genome and then reverse the changes.
BrainGate researchers have demonstrated human use of a wireless transmitter capable of delivering high-bandwidth neural signals.
Researchers are developing a unique gaze-based system to control a computer with “the power of thought”.
In a ground-breaking experiment, researchers have successfully created the first human-monkey chimera.
The footage shows a nine-year-old macaque with a Neuralink chip inserted in each side of his brain interacting with a computer.
Researchers have successfully grown model versions of early human embryos by "reprogramming" cells from human skin.
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.
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.