Archive for Neurotechnology

Upcoming market report on Pervasive Neurotechnology

Just a quick heads-up to the SharpBrains community: we are wrapping up a comprehensive market report on Pervasive Neurotechnologies (non-invasive, scalable, potentially ubiquitous). To learn when it becomes available, keep tuned via our e-Newsletter.

See below, in alphabetical order, some of the organizations to be profiled in the report, given their relevant intellectual property portfolios (primarily patents). Read the rest of this entry »

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Magnets to make your Brain grow stronger

Magnets to make your Brain grow stronger
“Stimulating the brain in mice with a magnetic coil appears to promote the growth of new neurons in areas associated with learning and memory. …”

If you want safer interventions…you better read Easy Steps to Improve Your Brain Health Now.

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More soldiers suffering brain injuries

More soldiers suffering brain injuries
Science Daily (press release) 

“The panel says the Defense Department should develop more brain-injury research and improve specialized care for brain injuries, which often go undetected …”

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All about Brain Fitness


  • We have just launched a new website section titled Hot Topics for you to be informed on latest Brain Fitness developments. Topics include Memory, Brain Fitness, Brain Teasers, Mental Exercise, Stress Management, Physical Exercise, Nutrition, News, Products, Events, Students, Science, Resources, and more.

Some good posts:

Nintendo BrainAge, Lumosity, Happy Neuron, MyBrainTrainer…

Posit Science, Nintendo Brain Training, Dakim…WebMD on Brain Fitness.

We hope to hear from you!

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Alvaro Fernandez launches

Alvaro Fernandez launches

McKinsey Alumni News

“Alvaro co-founded the online Brain Fitness Center with neuroscientist Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg, author of “The Executive Brain” and “The Wisdom Paradox,” and long-term advocate of the use of computer-based programs to enhance cognitive and emotional skills.”

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Mind games may keep your brain in shape

Mind games may keep your brain in shape
Auburn Journal, CA 
Web sites like SharpBrains ( and PositScience ( offer online brain fitness programs that promise to boost mental

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Golf Digest has just published an article on how golfers can see their game improved thanks to stress management programs like emWave, developed by HeartMath. Check more here: emWave in Golf Digest

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