Neuroscientists Make “Jaw-Dropping” Discovery Of “Wireless” Brain Communication

A team of researchers studying the brain have discovered a brand new and previously unidentified form of “wireless” neural communications that self-propagates across brain tissue and is capable of leaping from neurons in one part of the brain to another, even if the connection between them has been severed.

The discovery by biomedical engineering researchers at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio could prove key to understanding the activity surrounding neural communication, as well as specific processes and disorders in the central nervous system.

The discovery also upends the traditional understanding of neural communication, which had previously been thought to consist in such modes as synaptic transmission, axonal transmission and gap junction connections between neurons. Science Research Amazing Weird Cool Stuff Technology Innovation Science Research Amazing Weird Cool Stuff Technology Innovation

Lead researcher and neural and biomedical engineer Dominique Durand told Case Western’s The Daily that while the implications of their find could be massive, they are still barely beginning to understand the discovery: READ MORE

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