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ree wahy er

  • v  provide with new wiring
    the university rewired the dormitories when most students brought computers and television sets

  • Understanding "brain plasticity" could let adversaries basically rewire their troops' minds, "permanently establishing new neural pathways" that could "increase troop effectiveness .
  • Scientists are finding that the brain is "massively plastic"--not rigidly fixed like a computer chip--and can rewire itself throughout life with the help of rigorous training.
  • Some studies suggest that the right kinds of instruction provided early enough may rewire the brain so thoroughly that the neurological glitch disappears entirely.

  • Michael Merzenich in Reuters
    I am, of course, delighted by the generosity of my colleagues to be chosen for this honor,said Dr. Merzenich, currently co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer at Posit Science. "The discovery of the brain's ability to rewire itself has...
  • Ben Bridwell in NPR
    They had been using [the echo chambers] as a storage closet for the better part of the last 15 years,Bridwell says, "but they had finally started to clear them out and rewire the system. We helped them push it along by pushing ['On My Way...
  • Charlie Angus in Globe and Mail
    Yesterday, Charlie Angus, NDP spokesman for copyright and digital issues, said that the federal Conservatives "can't sit idly by while Bell and other telecommunications giants are allowed to arbitrarily rewire the Internet. [Industry Minister] Jim...

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