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Published 28 August 2013 by James Gallagher on BBC News - Health

Miniature "human brains" have been grown in a lab in a feat scientists hope will transform the understanding of neurological disorders.

The pea-sized structures reached the same level of development as in a nine-week-old foetus, but are incapable of thought.

The study,...

Published 15 June 2013 by Matthew Mientka on Medical Daily

The U.S. military has established what may be the world's first repository of brain tissue for the study of traumatic brain injury (TBI), which is said to be the "signature" injury of the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

In furthering the study of the condition with hope...

Published 15 April 2013 by Aaron Blank on The Wall Street Journal

 

SEATTLE, April 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- One Mind for Research announced today that Wounded Warrior Project(R) (WWP) has pledged $3.5 million in support of One Mind's "Gemini Program," contingent upon One Mind securing additional funding. "The Gemini Program...

Published 12 March 2013 by Abby Robinson on Science News, Sciencedaily.com

Despite many remarkable discoveries in the field of neuroscience during the past several decades, researchers have not been able to fully crack the brain's "neural code." The neural code details how the brain's roughly 100 billion neurons turn raw sensory inputs into...

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