[blog] Opening up the Future of Neuroscience and Technology by Measuring Brain Activity with Incredibly High Spatiotemporal Resolution

How Well Can We Visualize Neural Activity with Current Technology? fMRI measures hemodynamic changes generated by neural activity. It has a spatial re ...


[blog] Neuroscience is Becoming the MVP in Sports Strategy

Neymar has Soccer on the Brain A fascinating study conducted by the Japanese National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) an ...


[blog] Will Smartphones replace MRI and PET?

(Image from gizmodo) MRI And PET Play an Important Role in Diagnosing and Predicting Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging devices, such as magnetic ...


[blog] Virtual Reality will First Flourish in Medicine, not in Consumer Games

(Credit: The Wall Street Journal) The Slow Rise of VR The release of the Oculus Rift, HTC vive, PlayStation VR, and others led to the conclusion that ...


[blog] The Endless Pursuit of Immortality and Rejuvenation

“Death is very likely the single best invention of life” In an eloquent commencement speech by Steve Jobs to the 2005 graduates of Stanford University ...


[blog] Predicting the Future of Telepathy with Openwater

Mary Lou Jepsen Launches Startup to Develop Wearable MRI In 2016, Mary Lou Jepsen launched Openwater, which is a startup intent on developing devices ...


[blog] Will Elon Musk make the world a utopia or dystopia?

The Competition for High-Resolution BMI Development has Begun Elon Musk launched Neuralink in March 2017. Over the next 4 years, the company plans to ...


[blog] Are artificial memories in our future?

The importance of memory If you were to ask people how they would most want to “upgrade” about their brain, chances are most will mention something ab ...