Neuroscience


Looking ahead to radical solutions for ALS and cancer


You’ve heard of half-wits. How about 5%-wits?


‘I can see what you’re saying’


The Rachel Dolezal controversy


Companies fight for market space inside your head


Nita Farahany: Neuroscience and the law


Was the Boston bomber too young to be responsible?


US bioethics commission releases report on neuroscience and law


Scientists one small step closer to memory alteration


US bioethics commission calls for ethics education in neuroscience


Transhumanism reaches Hollywood in new high budget film


Dissecting the Society for Mutual Autopsy


Patricia Churchland on Brains R Us


Judges should enrol in Neuroscience 101, says US bioethicist


Further evidence that vegetative patients can engage with the outside world


Neuroscience in crisis


The coming battle over brain scans in the courtroom


Did Tamerlan Tsarnaev turn to terror because he was punch drunk?


A bright future for neuroethics after Obama greenlights huge neuroscience project


Landmark “vegetative state” paper challenged

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