Electronic tattoos: ’The sky’s the limit’

Science advances in wearable tech and health

Google’s Ray Kurzweil on the quest to live forever

How nanobots will help the immune system, and why we’ll be much smarter, thanks to machines

Using a heartbeat as a sort of password

Implanted medical devices are so common that, in the future, devices will be vulnerable to hackers

Beyond the EEG: Life after ’flat line’

Discovery of a new type of brain activity hints at just how much we have left to learn
B0004164 Neurons in the brain – illustration

The thinking behind the first ‘Vulcan mind meld’

Video: Kate Lunau on the first human brain-to-brain interface

’Project Inception’ plants false memories in the minds of mice

The good, the bad and the fake in the brains of rodents

The promise of a better future

A look inside our third annual Rethink Issue
Knocking people off their feet

Knocking people off their feet

The latest in geriatric research looks at slips, trips and tumbles
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Learning to the sound of rap

What a white rapper from Vancouver can teach M.B.A. students about risk-taking
Where the foam rubber hits the road

A cooler Croc?

Native Shoes are like their more prosaic cousins–but dandier