July, 2018. Our work on transdermal auricular vagal nerve stimulation (taVNS) for sports performance enhancement is featured in the ESPN Films docuseries "Enhanced" produced by Alex Gibney of Jigsaw Productions. Our work is highlighted in the episode "Mind Gurus" directed by Paul Taublieb of Taublieb Films. Sign up for a ESPN+ trial to watch the segment.
Ultrasound for the brain. Nature, November 7, 2017.
Researchers receive DARPA funding to study language learning. UMD Division of Research, May 10, 2017.
Stimulating the expansion of human cognitive potential. ASU Full Circle, April 26, 2017.
TNT researchers set out to advance pace and effectiveness of cognitive skills training. DARPA News and Events, April 26, 2017.
news & Media Archive
Brain-zapping gadgets promise to make you a better you — smarter, stronger, even happier. Washington Post, Mar. 29, 2016
Thync big: We had digital content streamed to our nervous system. Wareable, Jan. 13, 2016
Mind over matter: Ultrarunner Dean Karnazes's brain-training device. Sports Illustrated, Sep. 29, 2015
Can This Gadget Give You Mental Superpowers? - Video GQ, Sep. 23, 2015
Thync review: Where we just say yes to a drug-like, brain-zapping wearable. Gizmag, July 28, 2015
This Gadget Gives You a Low-Voltage Pick-Me-Up. The Wall Street Journal, July 21, 2015,
Mood-altering wearables: is this the future of getting high? – Video The Guardian, June 25, 2015
Thync readies its mood-altering wearable for market. TechRepublic, June 22, 2015
Head Device Called First 'Digital Drug’. International Business Times, June 5, 2015
With a jolt, Thync’s mood-enhancing gadget brings calm or focus to your brain. Boston Globe, June 2, 2015,
Therapy Borne on Electrical Currents. The New York Times, May 4, 2015
The Electric Mood-Control Acid Test. Technology Review, March 12, 2015
Tapping into the power of Thync. Tech Republic, March 11, 2015
Hacking your brain. The Economist, March 7, 2015
Will 2015 Be the Year Our Smartphones Link Up to our Brains? A Company Called Thync Thinks So. Popular Science, February 25, 2015
Thync Shares Science Behind its Brain Zapping Wearable. Boston Globe, February 23, 2015
A New Wearable Zaps Your Brain To Help You Focus—Or Relax. Fast Company, February 13, 2015
A gadget to change your mood. Boston Globe Magazine, February 8, 2015
Wearable technology that controls your brain. Fortune, January 30, 2015
This brain-altering wearable could end our dependence on drugs. Quartz, January 12, 2015
Hands-on: Thync mood-changing wearable is like doing drugs, without all the bad stuff. Gizmag, January 8, 2015
Digital Trends Top Tech of CES 2015 award winners. Digital Trends, Jan. 8, 2015
Want to feel calm or energized? Thync has an app for that. USA Today, December 1, 2014
’Appy ever after. The Sunday Times, November 30, 2014
Devices Changes Your Mood with a Zap to the Head. Technology Review, November 10, 2014
Wearable Tech To Hack Your Brain. CNN, October 23, 2014
Thync's Wearable Won't Just Measure Your Mood, It Will Fix It. IEEE Spectrum, Oct. 8, 2014
Thync to Launch First Mood-Altering Wearable With $13M Led by Khosla. Wall Street Journal, Oct. 8, 2014
Thync Lets You Give Your Mind a Jolt. Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Oct. 8, 2014
Blasting the Brain with Ultrasound Enhances Sensory Abilities. Gizmodo, January 2014
Like Clockwork. New Scientist, September 2013
Could ultrasound stop a seizure? The Apex of Trauma Care, Spring 2012
Circuit Training, New Scientist, April 2011
Noninvasive Ultrasound Pulses Could Treat Neuro Disorders, Enhance Cognitive Function.
Popular Science, June 2010
Brain Stimulation with Ultrasound may Enhance Cognitive Function. Science Daily, June 2010
Surgery using Sound and Light. The Economist - Technology Quarterly, December 2009
Targeting the Brain with Sound Waves. Technology Review, June 2009
Sound and No Fury. The Economist, January 2009
Sound Waves for Brain Waves. IEEE Spectrum, January 2009
Ultrasound Shown to Exert Remote Control over Brain Circuits. Science Daily, November 2008