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Researchers say a spike of negative electricity in the brain helps us to learn from our mistakes. (Getty Images)

Report: Researchers Develop ‘Thinking Cap’

Researchers say a strong “negative spike” of electricity in the brain may be a key to learning from one’s mistakes.

03/26/2014

File photo of a person with a robotic hand. (Photo by Brandi Simons/Getty Images)

Monkeys Control Virtual Arms With Their Thoughts During Study

During a neuroscience study conducted at Duke University Medical Center, two monkeys were able to control robotic arms using only their thoughts.

11/08/2013