brain to brain communication

The accuracy among the pairs ranged from 25 to 83 percent, with errors attributed primarily to the sender's failure to "accurately
Welcome to Thrive on Live with @CaroMT. For the first time ever, scientists were able to send brain-to-brain communication between two people who were thousands of miles apart. One of the scientists joins us to discuss how it works.
How did they do it? Pascual-Leone and colleagues attached electrodes to one person's brain in India and to the brains of
The monkey that served as the master had electrodes wired into his brain, while the monkey that served as the avatar had
FINGERING A KEYBOARD The feat is less a conceptual advance than another step in the years-long progress that researchers
The scientists detailed their findings online April 3 in the journal PLOS ONE. "You'd first have to know how to interpret
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The scientists call it a "brain link," and it is the closest anyone has gotten to a real-life "mind meld": the thoughts of a rat romping around a lab in Brazil were captured by electronic sensors and sent via Internet to the brain of a rat in the United States.
The linked rat brains in the study built on 15 years of research in brain-machine interfaces. These interfaces take electrical
Ever wanted to read minds? Ever wanted to communicate your thoughts without speaking a word? It may become possible after