Still playing catch up.
I know everyone is eager for more papers.
1) Neural Activity in Human Hippocampal Formation Reveals the Spatial Context of Retrieved Memories… 757 more words
MT @EricTopol @mc10inc The Body Electric: overview of challenges in epidermal electronics & #optogenetics http://nyr.kr/17UjD43
profile of John Rogers
A scientist takes computing power under the skin.
BY KIM TINGLEY
NOVEMBER 25, 2013
Still playing catch up after SFN! Hopefully I’ll be back on track before the end of the year.
Tons of good papers to chew on below! 683 more words
One of the most debilitating, and heartbreaking, consequences of Alzheimer’s disease is the way it slowly robs people of their memories. Unfortunately, we don’t yet have a cure for Alzheimer’s, let alone a good understanding of exactly how this disease destroys memory skills. 618 more words
I have definitely gone into a tailspin as far as updates go.
The combination of experiments, SFN, and some other things have made me fall behind; but don’t worry too much because I have plenty of great papers to catch up with! 714 more words