A partly Dell-powered supercomputer, Stampede, is being lauded tomorrow at its home in Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) at Austin's University of Texas.
Teenagers who spend hours playing video games often have different structures and activity levels in the area of the brain associated with reward processing.
Scientists have found a way of communicating with patients who appear to be in a persistent vegetative state, but actually retain consciousness.
In a documentary screened by the BBC this week, neuroscientists suggest that Apple fans see the company's products in much the same way as religious people perceive their sacred icons.
The Food and Drug Administration has just made history as it approved a mobile phone app for the very first time. Doctors can now view CT scans and MRI images on their handheld knowing everything is medically accurate.
Researchers say they can predict a person's ability at video games simply by giving them an MRI.