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Linking Multiple Minds Could Help Damaged Brains Heal - By Brian Handwerk

Smithsonian — Monkeys and rats hooked up as “brainets” may lead to innovative treatments for Parkinson’s, paralysis and more

If someone has a damaged kidney, a donor can give them a spare organ so both people can live. 92 more words

Health

Scientists Network Multiple Monkey Brains to Form Unified Living Computer that Solve Problems and Performs Tasks

New Scientist — Two heads are better than one, and three monkey brains can control an avatar better than any single monkey. For the first time, a team has networked the brains of multiple animals to form a living computer that can perform tasks and solve problems. 71 more words

Science

Day 882: Brains

Last night, before my boyfriend Michael and I left for our weekly food-shopping, I overheard him using his brain to say to Harley …

What is it, my precious pea-brain?

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Personal Growth

Too many questions

I have my finals starting in couple of weeks and here I am sitting by the window , staring at a rain drop which is taking way to long to just fall down. 333 more words

College

Was Fire First Made By Humans 350,000 Years Ago In Israel?

Daily Times: Early humans first began to master fire around 350,000 years ago, helping to drive the development of complex culture among our ancestors, new archaeological evidence has revealed. 370 more words

Science

Marvels of the Human Mind: Oliver Sacks’ "The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat"

As I unpacked one of the boxes of my books I found Oliver Sack’s collection of clinical stories of human neurological dysfunctions. I remembered how I was fascinated by these amazing stories though I did not finish reading all the stories – probably because I was distracted by other necessary readings. 349 more words

World

Woman found functioning without a cerebellum in her brain

Doctors have discovered that somehow, a woman living in China has reached the age of 24 while missing a large part of her brain. They say this is evidence of how incredibly adaptable our brains can be. 158 more words

World News