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Man Who Is Paralyzed Communicates By Imagining Handwriting
NPR – May 12, 2021

The Psychedelic Revolution Is Coming. Psychiatry May Never Be the Same

NYT – May 10, 20

This AI isn’t just any artificial brain—it actually functions like the human brain

SYFY Wire – May 9, 2021

I survived brain surgery--and the American health care system

CNN – May 6, 2021

If Your Brain Feels Foggy And You're Tired All The Time, You're Not Alone

NPR – May 7, 2021

Damage to the white matter is more predictive of cognitive impairment after brain injury

News-Medical.Net - May 7, 2021

Station 19's Lalia Susini, 12, on Her Traumatic Brain Injury: 'I Thought I Was Going to Die'
People.com – May 6, 2021

The longer the yawn, the bigger the brain

PHYS.org – May 6, 2021

Scientists see path for the coronavirus to invade the brain

LA Times - May 5, 2021

Experiments on Live Human Brain Tissue Yield Unexpected Findings
SciTechDaily – May 3, 2021

Anneke Beerten Opens Up About the Traumatic Brain Injury She Suffered 8 Months Ago
PinkBike - April 30, 2021

Implantable Hydrogel Helps Neurons Recover After Traumatic Brain Injury

Medgadget - April 30, 2021

Brain changes following traumatic brain injury share similarities with Alzheimer's disease
Science Daily – April 26, 2021

Reading Minds With Ultrasound: Caltech’s New Brain–Machine Interface
SciTechDaily -  March 23, 2021

Women Found To Be More Vulnerable Than Men Regarding Persistent Mild TBI
National Law Review - April 12, 2021

Will brain-computer interfaces transform human lives?

Aljazeera - April 11, 2021

The big advance in Elon Musk’s Pong-playing monkey is what you can’t see

ars TECHNICA - April 9, 2021

'Brain glue' helps repair circuitry in severe traumatic brain injury

Medical Xpress - April 6, 2021

A huge share of prisoners have brain injuries. They need more help
The Economist - March 27, 2021

Reading Minds With Ultrasound: Caltech’s New Brain–Machine Interface
SciTechDaily -  March 23, 2021

DARPA is funding Nanoparticlies that permeate brain to read neural signals
Neoscope - March 19, 2021

Your brain warps your memories so you can remember them better
LiveScience - March 10, 2021

Here’s How You Can Lower Your Brain Injury Risk

U.S. News - March 10, 2021


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