Monthly Archives: September 2013

Device offers promise of no brain tumor left behind

Ji-Xin of Prude University has purposed a new and effective detection method of brain tumors using stimulated Raman scattering microscopy.  Detection of tumor boundaries precisely is really a hard problem.  Using this technique one can detect the tumor in real … Continue reading

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Look at What I am Saying

I am listening, carry on!! NOOOO!! Watch carefully what I am saying. Here is the new research. Look at What I am Saying.

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Brain study uncovers vital clue in bid to beat epilepsy

BDNF blocks ABDE during the epileptic seizure, and cause more activity a new study shows a new way. Brain study uncovers vital clue in bid to beat epilepsy.

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Creating a ‘window’ to the brain

Researchers at University of California, Riverside develop a new technique that might help to provide new options for various cognitive disorders.  Here is the article Creating a ‘window’ to the brain.

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Poverty a curse?

Researchers from Harvard got some evidence that poverty impedes cognitive function.  The abstract  of the article : “The poor often behave in less capable ways, which can further perpetuate poverty. We hypothesize that poverty directly impedes cognitive function and present … Continue reading

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