#Neuroscience

Less risk for brain injury patients

6 years ago — Quick Read

Engineers and neurosurgeons have developed a bioresorable brain sensor, which reduces the risk of complications for patients with brain injuries. The implants, developed by scientists at Washington University School of...

Simulation of insect brain can help scientists better understand human brain

7 years ago — Quick Read

Scientists from Columbia University in the US and Sheffield University in the UK are collaborating to simulate the first complete model of an insect brain on a computer. They believe...

Disabled man walks again using mind control technology

7 years ago — Quick Read

A man who is paralysed from the waist down has been able to walk again using only his own brain power. Neurosurgeons achieved the world first by transmitting signals from...

Man fitted with robotic hand wired directly into his brain can ‘feel’ again

7 years ago — Quick Read

A new advanced robotic hand that is wired directly into the brain has been successfully tested, allowing a paralysed man to “feel” again. The hand, developed by the Applied Physics...

Surgeons use lasers to detect and remove brain tumour

7 years ago — Quick Read

Surgeons in London have used lasers to diagnose abnormal tissue during an operation to remove a brain tumor - the first time such an operation has taken place in Europe....

Launch of “Made Here Now” Campaign to promote British manufacturing

7 years ago — Quick Read

Friday saw the launch of the much anticipated “Made Here Now” campaign, aimed at highlighting the achievements of British manufacturing and offering practical advice to those wishing to pursue a...