Daily VideoApril 2, 2015
How a small electrical jolt boosts the brain
Biomedical engineers at the City College of New York are jump-starting the brain with a small jolt of electricity in a process called transcranial direct current stimulation (TDCS). Find out how TDCS may make the brain function more effectively and how it could be put to use.
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