Humanity may well have hit the peak of our evolution, according to a number of leading UK neuroscientists and psychiatrists.
Are mobile phones bad for our health? Do they emit radiation that is going to cause dangerous cancers in the brain?
It is the ultimate ad man's dream. To get inside their potential customer's head and understand what is going on in their brains.
The latest research into thought-controlled technology from the University of Washington suggests that mind-controlled computer input is one big step closer to reality.
Brain researchers from the Max-Planck Institute for Neurobiology have built a flight simulator for flies in their quest to create intelligent flying robots.
Engineers at Lockheed Martin's Advanced Technology Laboratories are using brain-inspired computing techniques to enable machines to think like humans.
All those forgotten dreams could soon be a thing of the past, as researchers have found a way to show the images people are seeing in their heads.
If the latest research at IBM bears fruit, we could one day be using computers far more powerful than even the best today, thanks to attempts to model a processor on the human brain.
A group of neuroscientists at Arizona State University has developed pulsed ultrasound techniques that can remotely stimulate brain circuit activity