In 1990, local children in Griswold, Connecticut, USA, accidentally uncovered the bones of a peculiar set of graves dating back to the 19th century. Amongst these remains, one skeleton – that bore the marker “JB55” – stood out. The skeleton was arranged in a skull and crossbones formation which signified that whoever had buried the deceased believed them to be a vampire.… Read the rest
A NEW FRONTIER FOR HUNTINGTON’S?
Walking is simple. Most people don’t have to think about placing one foot in front of the other, but then most people don’t have Huntington’s disease.
I sit at the New Scientist Live 2017 expo, transfixed by the woman on the screen.… Read the rest
Optogenetics, Memory, and Their Application in Other Spheres
The jury sat and listened to the witness, wondering whether the memories being presented to them were real.… Read the rest