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The nanoparticles could generate measurable magnetic fields in response to the brain's electrical fields and then be used to send wireless messages.
Tiny mesh electronics stuffed into a needle are injected into brain, where they could repair damage or deliver therapeutic stem cells.
The results give scientists more insight into amnesia.
Whenever a future leader speaks, group engagement, measured in brainwaves, goes through the roof.
There's currently no way to tell which patients will awake from a coma -- or when. A new marker could offer guidance for treating patients.
Skull fractures can lead to an early death, even if the victims initially survived the injuries, historic skulls show.
Understanding how the brain causes thirst could help scientists learn what goes awry in disorders that make people drink too much or too little fluid.
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