Super-resolution microscopy captures images in both space and time

High-speed “4D” views inside living cells

Metalens with artificial muscle simulates (and goes way beyond) human-eye and camera optical functions

Thin, flat structure promises to revolutionize eyeglasses, cameras, microscopes, and augmented and virtual-reality optics

Measuring deep-brain neurons’ electrical signals at high speed with light instead of electrodes

“We will be able to watch a neural computation happen … a step toward understanding what a thought or a feeling actually is.” — Prof. Edward Boyden

Low-cost EEG can now be used to reconstruct images of what you see

Has promising uses for locked-in patients and forensics — no expensive fMRI machine needed

Do our brains use the same kind of deep-learning algorithms used in AI?

Bridging the gap between neuroscience and AI

round-up | Two new wearable sensors may replace traditional medical diagnostic devices

Breakthrough technologies presented at AAAS annual meeting Feb. 17, 2018

Neuroscientists reverse Alzheimer’s disease in mice

How to train a robot to do complex abstract thinking

Are you a cyborg?

How to generate electricity from your body, bioprint a brain, and “resleeve your stack.”

How to shine light deeper into the brain

Less-invasive way to stimulate the brain with light may lead to new treatments for neurological disorders

Superconducting ‘synapse’ could enable powerful future neuromorphic supercomputers

Fires 200 million times faster than human brain, uses one ten-thousandth as much energy

Cancer ‘vaccine’ eliminates all traces of cancer in mice

Bodywide immune stimulation without adverse side effects

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