Researchers have developed a device that utilizes brain activity to control a virtual vocal tract; this could enhance the communication of individuals who have lost the ability to speak.
People who were previously housebound with Parkinson’s disease are now able to walk more freely thanks to spinal stimulation treatment.
Yale scientists have partially restored brain circulation and function in post-mortem pig brains for up to 4 hours after death; this may raise ethical and legal questions about the nature of death and consciousness.
In this commentary from Future Neurology, the authors overview and compare cerebral organoids and other 3D aggregated cell cultures.
In this report from Future Neurology, researchers describe the application and state of development of a range of CSF biomarkers in common neurodegenerative disorders.