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Monthly Archives: May 2015

Update: To improve memory and thinking, try the Mediterranean diet with added olive oil and nuts

. Time for Sharp­Brains’ May e-newsletter, wrap­ping up this month’s key brain and mind stud­ies, pervasive neu­rotech­nol­ogy news, and brain fit­ness insights. New research: To improve memory…
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Microsoft ranked #4 Holder of Pervasive Neurotech Intellectual Property*

Microsoft Corporation is a worldwide leader in software solutions for businesses and consumers.  In addition, Microsoft has expanded into entertainment, gaming, tablets, phones, and…
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When flying to Mars, make sure to monitor and enhance brain function (radiation exposure can hurt performance)

. Could a trip to Mars fry astronauts’ brains? (The Washington Post): “Brain damage. Memory deterioration. Intelligence loss. This could be your brain on…
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Medtronic ranked #3 Holder of Pervasive Neurotech Intellectual Property*

One of the world’s largest medical technology companies, Medtronic manufactures devices to treat cardiovascular, diabetes, and musculoskeletal conditions, in addition to neurological conditions. Medtronic’s…
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Study: To improve memory and thinking skills, try the Mediterranean diet with added olive oil and nuts

. Mediterranean diet may help counteract age-related declines in memory and thinking skills (Harvard Health Blog): “A new study in this week’s JAMA Internal…
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In the news: How non-invasive neurotechnology will enhance work and life

. Our new report is making the media rounds… Reuters: Brain technology patents soar as companies get inside people’s heads From ways to eavesdrop on brains…
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Advanced Neuromodulation Systems (St Jude Medical): #2 Holder of Pervasive Neurotech Intellectual Property*

. Founded in 1979, Advanced Neuromodulation Systems developed into a technology leader for implantable neuromodulation devices. ANS specializes in Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS), which…
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Will consumer-led transcranial direct current stimulation revolutionize or hurt mental health?

. Therapy Borne on Electrical Currents (The New York Times): “…This is Thync, the latest in transcranial direct current stimulation, or tDCS. The manufacturer…
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Scientists issue a call to action for TBI patients to benefit from latest neuroscience findings

Credit: Julie McMahon . Brain-injured patients need therapies based on cognitive neuroscience (U. Illinois press release): “Patients with traumatic brain injuries are not benefiting…
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Nielsen: #1 Holder of Pervasive Neurotech Intellectual Property*

Nielsen is a global organization focusing on information measurement. With a reach of over 100 countries, Nielsen analyzes trends in consumer behavior, including which…
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Study: Sports-related concussions can impact academic performance, especially in high school

. Concussions Are Having An Alarming Impact On The Academics Of Students (Reuters): “Studies in the last five years have focused largely on the…
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‘Navigating ADHD treatments’ course: Registration ends Tuesday, May 12th

Hello, If you are among the many subscribers who registered for the How to Navigate Conventional and Complementary ADHD Treatments for Healthy Brain Development online…
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