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WELL, THERE’S NOTHING WRONG A ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE WON’T FIX: Biotech Company Granted Ethical Permissio…

WELL, THERE’S NOTHING WRONG A ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE WON’T FIX: Biotech Company Granted Ethical Permission To Attempt To Use Stem Cells To Reactivate The Brains Of The Dead.

This Is Your Brain on Marketing Imagery (Infographic)

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A 29-Year Study Has Found No Link Between Brain Cancer and Cellphones

3 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

If, and by how much cellphones increase the risk of brain cancer is a long and disputed argument. No one study is going to settle anything, but one statistical analysis of data in Australia hints at cellphones being reasonably safe. Read more...

Europa Cup: Liverpool sink the Yellow Submarine to enter finals, 3-0 (agg 3-1)

4 hours agoSports / Football : Soccer Blog

You have to say for all the league treachery Liverpool go through, sometimes up, sometimes down, sometimes sideways, never winning, they sure know how to make a grand entrance in European competition. Something festoons their brain with a hundred thousand megawatts of light. And today, they were on point, hungry, demanding, incessant, and lethal. Driven […]

Researchers track critical development in the young brain

MADISON, Wis. -- Much like electricity traveling down wires, nerve impulses in our brain travel along nerve fibers. And just as wires need insulation to function well, nerve fibers, too, rely on a kind of insulation called myelin, a fatty substance that protects them and increases the speed at which nerve impulses travel. read more

Zapping Your Brain May Enhance Creativity

6 hours agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) may increase the brain's ability to make new connections across "distant" ideas. Please don't try this at home.

Always Hungry? Uncontrollable Cravings? Your Hormones May Be to Blame

Having issues curbing your appetite? It might have something to do with your brain. Leptin is the satiating hormone. It is naturally secreted by your fat cells to suppress appetite; it's your brain's cue to stop eating. When there'sShow More Summary

Animal Study Shows Flexible, Dissolvable Silicon Device Promising for Brain Monitoring

An implantable brain device that literally melts away at a pre-determined rate minimizes injury to tissue normally associated with standard electrode implantation. The researchers describe a new class of technology that provides greater resolution for measuring electrical activity in space and time that matches or exceeds existing methods.

Researchers Track Critical Development in the Young Brain

A recent study led by Doug Dean III of the Waisman Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and published in the journal NeuroImage combined two related but different imaging techniques to non-invasively track the rate at which nerve fibers in children's brains become wrapped in myelin.

New Zika mouse model accumulates virus in the brain and other tissues

The ongoing Zika virus (ZIKV) epidemic with its link to birth defects and serious immune disease has created an urgent need for a small animal model that can improve our understanding of how the virus causes disease symptoms in humans and speed up the development of vaccines and treatment. Show More Summary

Premiere: Brian Case - “Pattern 1”

Like a high you can’t come down from; a manic episode where the nerves attached to all your nodes get braided; synapses pinging like wi-fi into a sea of internet: Brain Case has opened up the visual to his first single, “Pattern 1.”Show More Summary

Use Your Brain. Ditch Your Fitness Tracker.

If you're at all interested in your health, it's likely you've joined the 20 percent of Americans who've incorporated fitness trackers into their daily ensemble. From monitoring steps and daily activity to sleep, an ever-growing number...Show More Summary

New Drug Treatment Turns Skin Cells into Brain Cells

Scientists at the Gladstone Institute have developed a pioneering new technique that turns skin cells into beating heart and functional brain cells by using a combination of chemicals without the addition of any additional genes or stem cells. The process paves the way for drug-based cell regeneration...

eBay boosts its big-data brain with Expertmaker buy - CNET

Expertmaker's AI and machine-learning software could help eBay organize its 900 million listings.

Clinical study suggests the origin of glioblastoma subtypes

Researchers have demonstrated that distinct types of glioblastoma, the most common form of brain cancer in adults, tend to develop in different regions of the brain. This finding provides an explanation for how the same cancer-causing mutation can give rise to different types of brain malignancies.

The Terrifying Pointlessness of ‘The Strangers’

Ever since the invention of motion-picture cameras, filmmakers have been searching the darkest recesses of their brains in an effort to come up with the next great movie monster. From George Romero’s zombies to Wes Craven’s Freddy Krueger, the villains that have most iconically terrorized the silver screen have mostly been creatures quite unlike those […]

Valentino Links With YEEZY Season’s Vanessa Beecroft For New Campaign

Roman luxury house Valentino has linked with Vanessa Beecroft — the brains behind Kanye West’s apocalyptic YEEZY presentations — for its latest FW16 campaign. Much like Beecroft’s work on the YEEZY project, the video features a menacing soundtrack and a lineup of both street and agency-cast models arranged in a strict military formation. Of course, […]

'Survivor: Kaoh Rong' recap: Kyle Jason gets voted out, Tai Trang wastes extra-vote advantage

Survivor: Kaoh Rong -- Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty's merged Dara tribe voted Kyle Jason out during Wednesday night's broadcast on CBS.

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