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Study Finds Human Brains Can Make Decisions During Sleep

Many people think that when a person sleeps, his/her brain also sleeps. But that's not true. Human brain doesn't shut down when people are in sleep. Rather, a recent study has shown that during sleep, human brain remains quietly active and can process information to help people make decisions, just like when they are awake.
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Scientists Send Messages Directly From One Brain To Another

The functionality of a human brain is really mysterious. Human body part receives a message, then it goes to the mind, mind reads and understands it and then acts accordingly. But is it possible to send messages directly from one brain to another? Until now, it might have been not possible, but now it's possible. Lately, scientists have sent…
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Dmitry Itskov Believes Immortality Will Be Achieved By 2045

A couple of days ago one of the most curious and utopian conferences, the Global Future 2045 International Congress, took place in New York City from June 15-16, where some of the brightest minds in the field of neuroscience, biotechnology and robotics assembled to discuss the prospect of transferring the human brain and mind out of the biological…
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Human Brain Cells Implanted In Mice Boost Their Learning Ability!

Researchers and scientists have always wanted to know how a human brain cell works to increase intelligence? To find the answer to that question, some researchers injected human brain cells into the brains of mice to see how it would affect the mice. Interestingly, researchers found that the mice got smarter and human brain cells implanted in mice…
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Mind-controlled Robots May Help The Paralyzed In Future

The ability to control a robot with your thoughts may sound like something from a sci-fi movie. But it may soon become reality for people with paralyzing diseases. A group of Swiss scientists have recently demonstrated how a paralyzed individual could control robots using the power of mind in order to interact with their environment. It's something…
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