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Ultrasound trial offers hope for brain cancer patients

Ultrasound trial offers hope for brain cancer patients 150 150 icnagency

By: Linda Geddes | Ultrasound trial offers hope for brain cancer patients | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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Father of the Cyborgs review – the Indiana Jones of neuroscience

Father of the Cyborgs review – the Indiana Jones of neuroscience 150 150 icnagency

By: Peter Bradshaw | Father of the Cyborgs review – the Indiana Jones of neuroscience | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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Woman successfully treated for depression with electrical brain implant

Woman successfully treated for depression with electrical brain implant 150 150 icnagency

By: Hannah Devlin Science correspondent | Woman successfully treated for depression with electrical brain implant | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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Nobel prize in medicine awarded to US duo for work on sense of touch

Nobel prize in medicine awarded to US duo for work on sense of touch 150 150 icnagency

By: Ian Sample Science editor | Nobel prize in medicine awarded to US duo for work on sense of touch | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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Oliver Sacks: His Own Life review – beautiful and honest study of an amazing man

Oliver Sacks: His Own Life review – beautiful and honest study of an amazing man 150 150 icnagency

By: Cath Clarke | Oliver Sacks: His Own Life review – beautiful and honest study of an amazing man | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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Neuroscience and the misperception of reality | Letter

Neuroscience and the misperception of reality | Letter 150 150 icnagency

By: Letters | Neuroscience and the misperception of reality | Letter | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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IQs are on the rise, but we don’t need hard facts any more | Torsten Bell

IQs are on the rise, but we don’t need hard facts any more | Torsten Bell 150 150 icnagency

By: Torsten Bell | IQs are on the rise, but we don’t need hard facts any more | Torsten Bell | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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Hearing mother’s voice can lessen pain in premature babies, study suggests

Hearing mother’s voice can lessen pain in premature babies, study suggests 150 150 icnagency

By: Nicola Davis Science correspondent | Hearing mother’s voice can lessen pain in premature babies, study suggests | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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Being You by Professor Anil Seth review – the exhilarating new science of consciousness

Being You by Professor Anil Seth review – the exhilarating new science of consciousness 150 150 icnagency

By: Gaia Vince | Being You by Professor Anil Seth review – the exhilarating new science of consciousness | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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Neuroscientist Anil Seth: ‘We risk not understanding the central mystery of life’

Neuroscientist Anil Seth: ‘We risk not understanding the central mystery of life’ 150 150 icnagency

By: Tim Adams | Neuroscientist Anil Seth: ‘We risk not understanding the central mystery of life’ | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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Cuttlefish remember details of their last meal, study finds

Cuttlefish remember details of their last meal, study finds 150 150 icnagency

By: Natalie Grover | Cuttlefish remember details of their last meal, study finds | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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What’s it like living with a phenomenal memory and can it be learned?

What’s it like living with a phenomenal memory and can it be learned? 150 150 icnagency

By: Gary Nunn | What’s it like living with a phenomenal memory and can it be learned? | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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