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Zombie Pigs: Scientists “Resurrect” the Pig's Brain Four Hours After Death

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Something incredible happened: scientists restored the cellular activity of the pigs brain a few hours after the animals died. This resurrection, which was carried out with the help of a complex system of artificial fluid, occurred four hours after the death of the pigs in the slaughterhouse. “This is an incredible breakthrough,” says ethicist and […]

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The new interface will connect the brain with the cloud already in this century

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Imagine the technology of the future, which will provide instant access to world knowledge and artificial intelligence, literally at will, if you think about something specific. Communication, education, work and the world, as we know it – everything will change. An international group of scientists led by the University of California at Berkeley and the […]

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Electrical brain stimulation temporarily rejuvenates the human brain for 50 years

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Electrical brain stimulation can alleviate the symptoms of depression, bring patients out of a vegetative state, and even reduce the effects of Parkinson's disease. Recently, a group of scientists from the University of Boston demonstrated a technique that is able to restore the working memory of 70-year-old people so that it starts working like that […]

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You can transfer data from the brain to the computer through the veins

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Scientists are actively developing interfaces for transferring data from the brain to a computer, and they all have a huge minus – the implementation is carried out through an open operation. The technology allows paralyzed people to communicate using a computer, but surgery can cause seizures and strokes. To solve this problem, Synchron developed the […]

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Scientists have created a transparent implant for the study of the living brain in real time

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Scientists from the University of Minnesota have created a unique See-Shells implant for the skull, which will help unravel the causes of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases and, equally important, find these treatments, as well as other dangerous diseases. The implant is a solid transparent shell created using 3D printing technology. According to the creators of […]

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