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Researchers have found that giving your brain a little electrical zap while you sleep can lead to quicker learning and improved memory. Future You's episode 6 explores what this will mean in 2050. NPR hide caption

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VIDEO: The Military Discovered A Way To Boost Soldiers' Memories, And We Tried It

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VIDEO: What If Aging Wasn't Inevitable? The Quest To Slow And Even Reverse Aging

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Move Objects With Your Mind? We're Getting There, With The Help Of An Armband

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Higher, Better, Stronger, Faster — Brain Science Is Trying To Get There

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NPR Correspondent Elise Hu tries out the future by seeking technology that could pushes the boundaries of what it means to be human--in this case she tries walking in a brain-controlled robotic exoskeleton. NPR hide caption

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How Mind-Controlled Robot Suits Could Enhance Our Limbs

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