Are Sparrows the Future of Sleep?

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Sleep Across All Species

In practically all species, lack of sleep leads to devastating health consequences, including (but not limited to) memory trouble, coordination issues, weight gain, heart disease, and even death. This conserved behavior of sleep, although still poorly understood, replenishes bodily functions and recharges the brain and body, allowing organisms the energy to…

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Neurotech@Berkeley

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We write on psychology, ethics, neuroscience, and the newest in neural engineering. @UC Berkeley

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