The timing of brain stimulation during movements can benefit neuroplasticity – the brain’s ability to change from experience. If researchers could tweak neuroplasticity in stroke patients, this would considerably improve their chances of rehabilitation. Therefore, researcher George F. Wittenberg and colleagues stimulated the brains of 16 participants, while a robotic arm eased their arm movements […]Read more "Timing is Important for Learning"
Genetic screening could help to predict which disease we are most susceptible to, whether our kids are at risk too and what medical treatment is best for us. However, with this advanced knowledge about DNA, an important question comes… Are we ready? If someone gives us an envelope with the number which says how old […]Read more "DNA: The Era of Decoding Ourselves"