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Drawing the Nervous System
In 1906, two scientists, Camillo Golgi and Santiago Ramón y Cajal, won the Nobel Prize for visualizing and drawing nerve cells.
Can You Hack Your Own Brain?
Learn about “neurohacking” in this review of Elizabeth Ricker’s book, Smarter Tomorrow.
Nobel Prize-Winning Behavioral Economics: A Window into the Human Mind
Learn about the behavioral economics researchers honored by the Nobel Prize in the Economic Sciences over the years.
Latest Research Suggests COVID-19 Affects the Brain, Raises Even More Questions
Scientists have identified some of COVID-19’s harmful effects on the brain. In this post, Sheeva Azma of Fancy Comma, LLC and Nidhi Parekh of The Shared Microscope unpack the latest research on COVID-19’s neurological effects.
How Does Functional Neuroimaging Work?
Fancy Comma, LLC’s Sheeva Azma discusses everything you need to know about noninvasive functional brain imaging such as functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), electroencephalography (EEG), and magnetoencephalography (MEG).
Elon Musk’s Neuralink — A Sci-Fi Dream or the Next Big Thing in Brain Implants?
In this post, Fancy Comma, LLC’s Sheeva Azma recaps Elon Musk’s recent Neuralink livestream event held on August 28, 2020.
Sleep on It: The Creativity-Enhancing Power of Sleep
In this post, Fancy Comma, LLC’s Kelly Tabbutt discusses the creativity-enhancing power of sleep and ways to improve creative thinking while asleep.
How I Learned to Love Neuroplasticity — And Why You Should, Too
In this post, Fancy Comma, LLC’s Sheeva Azma talks about what neuroplasticity is and how it helps humans be more adaptable.