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Study Shows Anxiety Could Be an Early Manifestation of Alzheimer's

Scientists have found out that anxiety symptoms could be a dynamic marker of the disease's early stages.

Director of Iran’s Brain Bank

400 Enroll for Brain Donation Program

The director of Iran’s brain bank, Dr. Mohammad Taghi Jaghataei, has stated that Iran's first brain bank was created at Iran University of Medical Sciences, in Tehran, to promote research on diseases pertaining to the neurological system including Alzheimer's and Multiple Sclerosis.

Neurology Department of Npistanbul Brain Hospital Named as “Prof. Madjid Samii”

The Neurology Department of Npistanbul Brain Hospital has been named as “Prof. Madjid Samii”, Iranian scientist and brain surgeon famous world-renowned scientist.

Bilingual Brains Process Differently Depending on the Language Used

A research team led by Dr. Amandine Van Rinsveld and Professor Dr. Christine Schiltz from the Cognitive Science and Assessment Institute (COSA) at the University of Luxembourg have investigated the effect of multilingual people in solving arithmetical tasks.

Researchers Link a Human Brain to the Internet

Researchers and biomedical engineers at Wits University in Johannesburg, South Africa have developed a way to connect a human brain to the internet in real time.

Researchers Design a Game Controlled With Mind

Neurable, a small start-up founded by Ramses Alcaide, an electrical engineer and neuroscientist, has designed a game which can be controlled by mind.

Human Teeth and Brain Evolution Were Not Linked

Researchers at George Washington University's Center for the Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology (CASHP) have found our brains and teeth did not evolve simultaneously .

Brains Can Recover Some 'Lost' Memories

Scientists have discovered that small jolts of electricity to the brain (specifically, a pulse of transcranial magnetic stimulation) can revive recent memories.

'Human Brains Have Unique 'Fingerprint

Researchers of Carnegie Mellon University have proven that the human brain is as unique as ones fingerprint.

Taking Music Lessons Creates New Brain Connections in Children

New studies have revealed that taking music lessons increases brain fiber connections in children and may be useful in treating autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

First Home Brain Implant Allows Paralyzed Woman Communicate

A brain-computer interface help a 58-year-old woman left paralyzed by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease) to communicate by restoring some of her day-to-day functions.

First Dinosaur Brain Fossil Found in England

The 133-million-year-old fossil dinosaur brain was discovered in Sussex, England.

Brain-Implanted Device Restores Sense of Touch of a Spinal Cord Injured man

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center have discovered a mind-controlled robotic arm that has pressure sensors in each fingertip and sends signals to the brain.

Learning Foreign Languages Could Sharpen the Brain

Researchers of the Higher School of Economics (HSE) and University of Helsinki have confirmed that learning foreign languages can increase brain’s plasticity and its ability to encode information.

Studies Claim Mobile Phones Don't Cause Brain Cancer

Researchers from the University of Sydney in Australia have concluded that there is no link between mobile phone use and brain cancer.

Iranian Scientist Develops Wireless implant for Brain Tissue Deformation study

An Iranian scientist has developed a new system which uses a wireless implant and shows how brain tissue deforms when subjected to the kind of blast-induced trauma commonly seen in combat veterans.

Human Brains to Connect to the Internet by 2030

Ray Kurzweil, American author, computer scientist, inventor and futurist at Google, has recently proposed a theory about enhancing human brain using tiny robotic implants. These implants can connect the brain to cloud-based computer networks to give humans extra-ordinary abilities, such as “machine learning”.

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