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Sniff test: How our sense of smell appears to signal whether an unresponsive patient might recover consciousness

Massive | 
Even with more recent technologies, such as brain imaging, the rate of misdiagnosis in DOC [disorders of consciousness] patients could ...
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These women are missing the ‘scent region’ of the brain. How do they still smell?

Massive | 
When Tali Weiss and her colleagues at the Weizmann Institute of Science found a patient that had an otherwise normal ...
brain organoid by erik jepson uc san diego x

Pea-sized mini brains just developed brain waves for the first time

Smithsonian | 
Mini-brains are just the size of a pea but capable of reproducing key brain functions. They are currently a hot research topic because scientists think they ...
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