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Concern for humanity guides Fei Fei Li’s human-centered approach to AI.
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For more than 100 years, neuroscientists have searched for memory’s physical form. Finding it would answer philosophical and scientific questions about our minds.
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A new technique, MRI-guided focused ultrasound, is an emerging tool in the treatment of brain disorders.
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EEG
Through electrodes on the scalp, scientists can measure the brain’s electrical activity.
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Scientists have used Camillo Golgi’s groundbreaking stain for over 170 years.
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How can you do neuroscience outreach without taking the contents of a lab with you? Join us to explore this and other questions about engaging in outreach activities.
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A protein that makes jellyfish glow lets scientists watch the inner workings of cells.
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And other neuroscience news for the week of July 8, 2020.
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The deadly Ebola virus could help battle the most lethal form of brain cancer: glioblastoma.
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MRI
Magnetic resonance imaging uses strong magnets and radio waves to look inside your head.
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His catastrophic brain injury hinted at the role of the frontal lobe in behavior and personality.
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Exposure to a certain single-celled parasite became the infamous face of ‘crazy cat people’ syndrome, but perhaps unjustly so.
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