Mind reading with brain-to-brain experiment
Mind reading with brain-to-brain experiment

In an experiment, researchers from University of Washington (UW) have used a direct brain-to-brain connection to enable participants play a question-and-answer game by transmitting signals from one brain to the other over the internet.

Even infant brain can draw 'body map'

 Body maps that help us build up an implicit sense of ourselves through the sense of having a body and seeing and feeling our bodies move develop very early in our life, new research has found.

Controlling exoskeleton through brain signals

Scientists have developed a brain-computer control interface for a lower limb exoskeleton by decoding specific signals from within the user`s brain.

Simple test to spot Alzheimer's risk

An affordable non-invasive test that detects electrical activity in the brain may be used to spot people who are at the risk of Alzherimer`s, say researchers.

Control genes with your thoughts

 Inspired by a brain game, researchers have developed a novel gene regulation method that enables thought-specific brain waves to control the process of conversion of genes into proteins (gene expression).

New study suggests impulsive decisions can be controlled
New study suggests impulsive decisions can be controlled

In a new study, scientists have shown that people's tendency to make impulsive decisions could be controlled.

Have a sweet ride with this `mind-reading` helmet

Your bicycle ride could soon be stress-free as researchers have now designed a "mind-reading" helmet that could allow you to chart the least taxing routes of your travel.

Now, a system that helps detect when drivers fall asleep behind the wheel

Latest advances in capturing data on brain activity and eye movement are being combined to develop a system, which can help detect when drivers are in danger of falling asleep at the wheel.