High Resolution Scanning Into Deep Tissue by Reconstructing Scattered Photons

A new microscope uses a combination of hardware and software-based adaptive optics to reconstruct object image. Non-invasive microscopic techniques such as optical coherence microscopy and two-photon microscopy are commonly used for in vivo imaging of living tissues. When light passes through turbid materials such as biological tissues, two types of light are generated: ballistic photons …

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Desktop GPUs Simulate 24 Billion Synapse Mammal Brain Cortex

Dr James Knight and Prof Thomas Nowotny from the University of Sussex’s School of Engineering and Informatics used the latest Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) to give a single desktop PC the capacity to simulate brain models of almost unlimited size. This work will make large brain simulations accessible to researchers with tiny budgets. The research …

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Most Brain Aging Decline Can Be Fixed Overnight

There are two huge aspects to a new antiaging drug. The first aspect is that a large portion of age-related brain decline is not permanent damage. This non-permanent damage is repaired overnight by a new antiaging drug. The Google-back antiaging company, Calico, has licensed the drug. A new University of San Francisco antiaging drug, called …

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Neuralink is a Fitbit in Your Skull With Tiny Wires to Fix Your Brain and Spine

Neuralink is recruiting for great engineers to make brain repair affordable and reliable. They implanted brain read-write devices into brains in pigs. They have received emergency FDA approval in July and will soon implant into humans in clinical trials. The information for this article is almost exclusively from the Neuralink demo. The video of the …

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Elon Musk Newest Interview With Joe Rogan

Elon Musk was interviewed by Joe Rogan for the second time. Unlike the first time there was no smoking of marijuana. Elon discussed getting the neuralink brain interface into humans in about one year. Neuralink will replace a one inch section of the skull. Neuralink could stop epilepsy, restore eye sight and repair stroke damage. …

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Babies Exposed to High Air Pollution Have Structural Changes to Their Brain at Age 12

Significant early childhood exposure to traffic-related air pollution (TRAP) is associated with structural changes in the brain at the age of 12. Nextbigfuture believes this research is saying that there is some degree of long term brain damage or brain development abnormalities caused by high levels of air pollution. Higher levels of TRAP exposure at …

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First as Artificial Neurons Developed for Medical Implants

Artificial neurons on silicon chips that behave just like the real thing have been invented by scientists – a first-of-its-kind achievement with enormous scope for medical devices to cure chronic diseases, such as heart failure, Alzheimer’s, and other diseases of neuronal degeneration. Critically the artificial neurons not only behave just like biological neurons but only …

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Thought Operated Random Access Memory Prototype for Implantable Memory Devices for Less Than $200

Ido Bachelet has previously created DNA nanorobots for nanomedicine surgery. His new research is thought operated digital random access memory Thought-Operated Digital Random-Access Memory by Lee Ben-Amil and Ido Bachelet. The capacity and reliability of biological memory could be exceeded by a constantly growing flux of information to remember and operate by. Yet, our memory …

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