Neuroscience is the physical and functional study of the brain and the nervous system. Neuroscientists use tools ranging from computers to special dyes to examine molecules, nerve cells, networks, brain systems, and behavior.

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How the Mind Works By Steven Pinker
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When Machines Outsmart Humans By Nick Bostrom
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News Articles that refer to Neuroscience

Brain center searches for patterns
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Reverse-engineering the human visual system using molecular biology and GPUs
Neuroscientists predict students' behavior better than their self reports
Brain's energy restored during sleep, suggests animal study
Computers that improve themselves
'Brain, Biology, Machine' initiative launched
AI researcher Hugo de Garis joins Utah State University Computer Science department

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