BrainGate lets your brain control the computer BrainGate is a new technology where a chip is implanted in the brain that picks up electrical impulses. A computer then interprets those impulses as actions.
Building a Circuit-Diagram for the Brain (Jennifer Raymond, Stanford University) Jennifer Raymond (Stanford University) is building a "wiring diagram" for the brain. By bridging the gap between individual synapses and whole-brain learning & memory, Raymond's research offers new insights and strategies for medical rehabilitation and K-12 education. Prof. Jennifer Raymond's website: raymondlab.stanford.edu Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
The Mysteries of Human Brain [1/3] The human brain is the center of the human nervous system and is a highly complex organ. It has the same general structure as the brains of other mammals, but is over five times as large as the "average brain" of a mammal with the same body size. Most of the expansion comes from the cerebral cortex, a convoluted layer of neural tissue that covers the surface of the forebrain. Especially expanded are the frontal lobes, which are involved in executive functions such as self-control, planning, reasoning, and abstract thought. The portion of the brain devoted to vision is also greatly enlarged in humans. Brain evolution, from the earliest shrewlike mammals through primates to hominids, is marked by a steady increase in encephalization, or the ratio of brain to body size. The human brain has been estimated to contain 50100 billion (1011) neurons, of which about 10 billion (1010) are cortical pyramidal cells. These cells pass signals to each other via around 100 trillion (1014) synaptic connections. In spite of the fact that it is protected by the thick bones of the skull, suspended in cerebrospinal fluid, and isolated from the bloodstream by the blood-brain barrier, the delicate nature of the human brain makes it susceptible to many types of damage and disease. The most common forms of physical damage are closed head injuries such as a blow to the head, a stroke, or poisoning by a wide variety of chemicals ...
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The Human Brain: How We Decide Science & Reason on Facebook: The Human Brain: How We Decide. --- Please subscribe to Science & Reason: • • • • --- When Jonah Lehrer was in town to talk about his latest book, "How We Decide", Calacademy snagged the opportunity to interview him for "Science in Action". He took the Visualization Studio through a tour of the brain as we make decisions whether in the cereal aisle or piloting a plane. Then the artists went to work, creating the brain visuals. • --- Jonah Lehrer is a Contributing Editor at Wired and the author of "How We Decide" and "Proust Was a Neuroscientist". Lehrer graduated from Columbia University and studied at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. He has written for The New Yorker, Nature, Seed, The Washington Post and The Boston Globe. Lehrer is also a Contributing Editor at Scientific American Mind and National Public Radio's Radio Lab. • • --- Since 1853, the California Academy of Sciences has been dedicated to exploring, explaining, and protecting the natural world. It is the only place in the world to combine an aquarium, natural history museum, and planetarium all under one living roof. • .
Brain Anatomy and Functions Brain Anatomy and Function. This 3D animation shows the anatomy and function of the brain using color coded areas.
Brain Bank Visit the brian bank at Harvard, the world's largest repository where more than 7000 human brains are donated, stored, and used for research.
Controlling the Brain with Light (Karl Deisseroth, Stanford University) Karl Deisseroth is pioneering bold new treatments for depression and other psychiatric diseases. By sending pulses of light into the brain, Deisseroth can control neural activity with remarkable precision. In this short talk, Deisseroth gives an thoughtful and awe-inspiring overview of his Stanford University lab's groundbreaking research in "optogenetics". Prof. Karl Deisseroth's website: www.stanford.edu Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
Carl Sagan on Human Brain
The Miracle in Human Brain how your brain works, amazing connections between billions of neuron cells.
Bill Cosby - Brain damage Excerpt from "Bill Cosby - Himself" about how all children have brain damage! Hilarious! I thought you couldn't get the DVD anymore but as it turns out, Amazon still has some copies! Check
Living With Traumatic Brain Injury In this University of Washington program, Kathleen Bell, rehabilitation physician at the University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC), Myron Goldberg, neuropsychologist at UWMC, Robert Fraser, vocational rehabilitation specialist at UWMC and Mary Pepping, neuropsychologist at UWMC, all weigh in on life with traumatic brain injuries. People with traumatic brain injuries may experience physical, cognitive or personality changes that affect their work and relationships. In this program from the University of Washington, hear stories of people who are rebuilding their lives and readjusting to family, careers and everyday life. This program is sponsored by the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services/Aging and Disability Services Administration, University of Washington Traumatic Brain Injury Model System, and Harborview Medical Center.
Cypress Hill - Insane In The Brain Music video by Cypress Hill performing Insane In The Brain. (C) 1993 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
look around you Brain A Scientific look into the brain with rediculous conclusions
Consciousness, Creativity & the Brain In this University of Washington program, award-winning writer, director, and producer David Lynch discusses his films and his 30-year relationship with Transcendental Meditation, and its role in his creative process. He is joined by physicist John Hagelin, who was featured in the documentary 'What The Bleep Do We Know?' and neuroscientist Dr. Fred Travis, Director of the Center for Brain, Consciousness, and Cognition at Maharishi University of Management. The program is sponsored in joint partnership by the College of Arts and Sciences and the University of Washington Alumni Association.
How the Body Works : The Regions of the Brain The Regions of the Brain The brain has three major functional and anatomical parts--the forebrain, midbrain and hindbrain. The forebrain consists of the cerebral hemispheres, thalami, hypothalamus and limbic system. The top inch of the brain stem is the midbrain. The hindbrain includes the cerebellum, the pons and the medulla. Other parts of the brain's anatomy include: the cerebral cortex, a thin layer of nerve cells on the surface of the cerebral hemispheres; the cerebrum, composed of many millions of nerve fibers, is covered by the cerebral cortex; the corpus callosum, a C-shaped collection of fibers, forms a bridge between the left and right hemispheres; the thalamus, which relays and receives messages to and from other areas of the brain; the limbic system, concerned with memory and emotion; the cerebellum, the largest part of the hindbrain and responsible for balance and the fine control of muscle movements; and the hypothalamus, which lies below the third ventricle of the brain, and regulates many of the body's functions and the activity of the pituitary gland.
Mickey Mouse: Runaway Brain Runaway Brain is an Academy Award nominated 7-minute animated short-subject produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation Paris, and starring Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse. It was released on August 11, 1995 attached to the feature A Kid in King Arthur's Court and was re-released on July 16, 1997 in front of Disney's live-action remake of George of the Jungle. In international theaters, it was shown in front of A Goofy Movie.
Split brain behavioral experiments To reduce the severity of his seizures, Joe had the bridge between his left and right cerebral hemisphers (the corpus callosum) severed. As a result, his left and right brains no longer communicate through that pathway. Here's what happens as a result:
Super Brain Yoga Superbrain Yoga® is a simple and effective technique to energize and recharge the brain. It is based on the principles of subtle energy and ear acupuncture. This powerful technique is explained in Master Choa Kok Sui's latest book Superbrain Yoga®. Pilot studies on the effects of Superbrain Yoga® on school children include children with disabilities such as ADHD/ADD, developmental and cognitive delays, Down syndrome and specific learning disabilities. Children studied showed significant increase in academic and behavioral performance, greater class participation and improved social skills. In one study, the result of an electroencephalograph showed increased amplitude in the parieto-occipital region of the brain following the Superbrain Yoga®. This indicates increased brain electrical activity following the exercise. More studies on the effects of Superbrain Yoga® are being conducted.
The Brain as explained by John Cleese Here's to all John Cleese fans, a "serious" discussion on the organization of the brain and its functions to human health.
Monty Python - Gumby Brain Specialist From episode 32
Pain and the Brain Take a look into our current understanding of the function of the human brain and some of the important diseases that cause nervous system dysfunction. On this edition, Allan Basbaum, UCSF department of anatomy, explores pain and the brain. Series: "UCSF Mini Medical School for the Public" [10/2007] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 13074]
Funkadelic - Maggot Brain Funkadelic - Maggot Brain SLIDESHOW
David Lynch: Consciousness, Creativity and the Brain The inside story on transcending the brain, with David Lynch, Award-winning film director of Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks, Mullholland Drive, Inland Empire (filming); John Hagelin, Ph.D., Quantum physicist featured in "What the bleep do we know?;" and Fred Travis, Ph.D., Director, Center for Brain, Consciousness and Cognition Maharishi University of Management. [events] [artshumanities] Credits: producers:UC Berkeley Educational Technology Services, speaker:David Lynch, speaker:John Hagelin, Ph.D., speaker:Fred Travis, Ph.D.
McCain's Brain #1: Checking Out Sarah Palin Watch parts 2-6 Now Online!! CCheck out McCain's Brain #1: Checking Out Sarah Palin Check out McCain's Brain #2: Cindy & The View Check out McCain's Brain #3: The First Debate Check out McCain's Brain #4: The Second Debate Check out McCain's Brain #5: The Final Debate Check out McCain's Brain #6: McCain Concedes For More Videos, Subscribe to our channel and check out our site: www.SecretSauce.TV ----- John McCain's Wandering Eye (and Inner Voice) make it clear why he chose Sarah Palin. Watch here as John McCain checks out her ass. Brought to you here first by the folks at http
Brain Worm Worm pulled out of woman's brain. --------------- Please note: This video is NOT to promote any religion, culture, eating habits, or lifestyle. This is only to show an interesting video and if there's any agenda at all, it is to get people to wash their hands and/or cook the pork thoroughly. That's it! Pork was forbidden in some culture because people didn't know the importance of hygiene nor did they have the means to prevent cross contamination. Today, we have soap, hand sanitizers, government regulations, etc. So it's better. Please don't post comments saying any culture or religion is the way to go. As for being a vegetarian is the answer. It's not. Being a vegetarian has its own set of problems, especially being a vegan (trust me, I'm a medical person, so I would know). So please don't use this video to promote this lifestyle either. Eat whatever you want to eat in MODERATION. Exercise or at least keep active. Use logic when it comes to hygiene. Then enjoy your life free of dieting fads.
Change your Mind Change your Brain: The Inner Conditions... Google Tech Talks March 15, 2007 ABSTRACT If happiness is an inner state, influenced by external conditions but not dependent on them, how can we achieve it? Ricard will examine the inner and outer factors that increase or diminish our sense of well-being, dissect the underlying mechanisms of happiness, and lead us to a way of looking at the mind itself based on his book, Happiness: A Guide to Life's Most Important Skill and from the research in neuroscience on the effect of mind-training on the brain. Speaker Bio: Matthieu Ricard, a gifted scientist turned Buddhist monk, is a best selling author, translator, and photographer. He has lived and studied in the Himalayas for the last 35 years...
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Henry Markram: Supercomputing the brain's secrets Henry Markram says the mysteries of the mind can be solved -- soon. Mental illness, memory, perception they're made of neurons and electric signals, and he plans to find them with a supercomputer that models all the brain's 100000000000000 synapses.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the "Sixth Sense" wearable tech, and "Lost" producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on , at Watch a highlight reel of the Top 10 TEDTalks at
spontaneous brain activity (i) The brain is spontaneously cycling through elaborate, distributed patterns of activity, which mimic activity patterns associated with sensory, motor, or cognitive events. This is a movie showing the instantaneous patterns of spontaneous brain activity on the surface of the left brain hemisphere. The brain is spontaneously cycling through elaborate, distributed patterns of activity, which mimic activity patterns associated with sensory, motor, or cognitive events. This is a movie showing the instantaneous patterns of spontaneous brain activity on the dorsal surfaces of the both brain hemisphere. For more information see: tiny.cc and tiny.cc or visit my website: Video generated by Russ Hornbeck and Justin Vincent using data collected from a resting (and reflecting?) human being.
Green Day - Brain Stew/Jaded (Video) © 2005 WMG Brain Stew/Jaded (Video) Directed by Kevin Kerslake
Brain Development UCSD Cognitive scientist Joan Stiles reveals the latest understandings about the intricate relationship between biology and external influences in the development of the brain. Series: "Grey Matters" [3/2006] [Science] [Show ID: 11188]
Pinky and The Brain Intro Some very old cartoon here. Don't think lots of people know. But I think the Cartoon theme song rocks!
Brain Plasticity Discovery Channel - Brain Plasticity
Live Webcast: Brain Surgery -Right Frontal Craniotomy Please Visit to view the full program On Tuesday May 29th at 3:00pm EDT, University Hospitals Case Medical Center Cleveland, Ohio, will host a live webcast to demonstrate the removal of brain tumor and epileptic focus from an awake patient using intra-operative MRI and brain mapping. See this on OR- The patient was a middle-aged gentleman with new onset seizures. An MRI showed what appeared to be a low grade glioma near the motor strip on the right. Studies have shown that complete removal can cure the seizures, improve quality of life and survival, but this is difficult to do with conventional technology without harming the surrounding normal brain because its difficult to determine where tumor ends and normal brain begins.
The Secrets of Einstein's Brain The Secrets of Einstein's Brain is a look into the mind of one of history's most intelligent figures. Video edited by David Garcia
Frauentausch - Nadine The Brain
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Alice In Chains - Check My Brain Music video by Alice In Chains performing Check My Brain (Music Video).
Your Brain at Work Google Tech Talk November 12, 2009 ABSTRACT Presented by David Rock. In his new book "Your Brain at Work," coach David Rock depicts the story of two people over one day at the office, and what's happening in their brains that makes it so hard to focus and be productive. Not only does he explain why things go wrong, but how you can train your brain to improve thinking and performance at work. Based on interviews with 30 neuroscientists, he's developed strategies to help you work smart all day. Learn how to: · Maximize your mental energy by understanding your brain's limits · Overcome distractions · Improve your focus through understanding the nature of attention · Reduce stress levels with brain-based techniques · Improve how you collaborate by understanding the social needs of the brain You can learn to be more productive, less stressed and stay sane by understanding your brain. David Rock is a thought leader for the brain-based approach to coaching. David coined the term 'NeuroLeadership' and co-founded the NeuroLeadership Institute, Journal and Summit. He is also the founder and CEO of Results Coaching Systems, which helps Fortune 500 clients worldwide improve thinking and performance. He has authored four books, most recently 'Your Brain at Work'. He is on the advisory board and faculty of international business school CIMBA, and a guest lecturer at Oxford University. He consults organizations including Ericsson, Publicis, NASA, Accenture, EDS and the US Federal ...