Tinkering with the brain’s electrical field shows tantalizing promise for boosting memory, but it doesn’t always work. A new study offers one reason why.
People who electrically stimulate their brains at home need more information to do it safely… and neuroscience needs to find out more about how and why they do it.
How will neurotech evolve? An NAS workshop this week focuses on social and ethical opportunities and challenges we face both now and down the road.
Fresh hope for sufferers of mental illness.
It’s not clear if transcranial direct current stimulation can give sportspeople an unfair competitive advantage, but it’s time to give it serious consideration.