Brainflight: controlling aircrafts with neural activity
Your brain has a remarkable ability to learn complex rules and adapt to new situations. Brainflight, a European project in partnership with Champalimaud Foundation is taking advantage of this learning process to develop a Brain Machine Interface where neural activity can control aircrafts.
Get to know the scientists behind the Roots of Curiosity
Beginning with a performance at CCB, and continuing with a conference dedicated to the symbiosis between art and science – The scientists behind The Roots of Curiosity, reflect on the outcome of this art-science project.
The neural basis of 'being in the mood'
Researchers discover neurons that combine social information with hormonal state in female mice.