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Using electrodes and computer algorithms, researchers have generated intelligible sentences from the thoughts of people without speech difficulties, sparking hope that similar technology could eventually provide a voice to people who can't speak.
A new study points toward neuron formation in the human brain’s hippocampus up through the ninth decade of life, which implications for memory and disease.
Aducanumab, a new drug that some researchers are calling the most promising yet in the fight against Alzheimer’s, suggests it is possible to clear the brain of the amyloid protein, a characteristic of the disease.
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