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The Human Brain Project. Blue Brain’s success in modeling the rat cortical column has driven the development of the Brain Simulation Facility and has demonstrated the feasibility of the project’s general strategy.
But, this is only a first step. The human brain is an immensely powerful, energy efficient, self-learning, self-repairing computer. If we could understand and mimic the way it works, we could revolutionize information technology, medicine and society. To do so we have to bring together everything we know and everything we can learn about the inner workings of the brain's molecules, cells and circuits. With this goal in mind, the Blue Brain team has recently come together with approximately 87 other European and international partners to propose the Human Brain Project (HBP), which was selected as one of two EU FET Flagships.
The brain is actually wired like a chess board and a new scanner reveals how in stunning detail. By Ted Thornhill Published: 10:04 GMT, 30 March 2012 | Updated: 15:31 GMT, 30 March 2012. Amyris. NOVA. Common House Dust Could Contain Cancer-Causing Molecules For scientists, dust is a goldmine of information about the chemicals we encounter every day. From NOVA Next | Jan 9, 2017 CRISPR and Stem Cells Could Speed Studies of Rare Diseases Too much genetic information can complicate diagnoses for some deadly diseases, but a new technique using CRISPR and stem cells could change that. The Ductile Helix: "Jumping Genes" May Influence Brain Activity. Mobile DNA molecules that jump from one location in the genome to another may contribute to neurological diseases and could have subtle influences on normal brain function and behavior, according to a study published October 30 in Nature.
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