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gizmodo.comNeuralink Is Funding Primate Research at the University of CaliforniaNeuralink, Elon Musk’s secretive startup dedicated to the development of brain-computer interfaces that could make it possible for people to communicate with computers using only their thoughts, is funding primate research at a California university, according to public records obtained by Gizmodo.
splinternews.comTrump's Chat With South Korea's President Was So EmbarrassingMaster dealmaker and certified good-brain-haver Donald Trump hosted South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the White House on Tuesday, where he gave a firsthand demonstration of the 12-dimensional chess he’ll likely be deploying during the possible upcoming summit between the United States and North Korea.
www.health.harvard.eduI’m so lonesome I could cryThe health risks of loneliness and isolation have been known for some time, but more recently research has shown the specific effects in the brain. Finding ways to make connections with other people is the best “medicine” to alleviate the mental and physical effects of loneliness.
cjr.orgThe complicated task of covering John McCain’s final daysAs a war hero, former presidential candidate, influential voice in the Senate, and ready quote, John McCain has been a constant presence in the public eye for decades. His final book, The Restless Wave, is out today. McCain’s brain cancer diagnosis provides the opportunity for a slow motion, living eulogy, and the press has responded […]
techcrunch.comResearchers recreate a brain, piece by pieceResearchers at the the University of Tokyo have created a method for growing and connecting single neurons using geometric patterns to route the neurons more precisely, cell by cell. The article, “Assembly and Connection of Micropatterned Single Neurons for Neuronal Network Formation,” …
theedadvocate.orgIt's ok to date new technology, you don't have to marry it! - The EdvocateSpread the love**The Edvocate is pleased to publish guest posts as way to fuel important conversations surrounding P-20 education in America. The opinions contained within guest posts are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of The Edvocate or Dr. Matthew Lynch.** @GwynethJones – The Daring Librarian Education Trends-A-Go-Go It’s SO easy to get overwhelmed with all the new education tech and trends going on in the world. 1:1 Flipping Makerspace Genius Hour Common Core Mobile Learning Design Thinking Google Classroom Brain Based Learning Project Based Learning Learning Management Systems Transformative Brain Based Learning Spaces Sheesh….I could …
offspring.lifehacker.comHow to Quickly Change Crib Sheets When There's a Nighttime Diaper LeakIf your baby has a diaper leak in the middle of the night, the traditional options have been to 1) replace the crib sheet with a clean one in the rare case your sleep-deprived brain has remembered to keep a spare, or 2) do laundry and sob. (You can’t just drape any old blanket on the bare mattress and say “see ya in the morning”—it could be a choking hazard.)
thetechedvocate.orgWhat’s Happening in the Brain of a Multi-Lingual Child?Spread the loveHave you ever considered what might be going in the mind of someone who happens to be multilingual? Modern research continues to point to the fact that individuals who speak more than one language have a tremendous advantage. The brain becomes permanently shaped and influenced by the addition of an extra language, but is that where it stops? It turns out that there may be more going on inside the mind of a multilingual child than we initially imagined. Researchers are now finding that there are a few hidden benefits for kids who can speak more than their …