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 Brain Enhancement Is Wrong, Right?

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Date posted: 10/03/2008

A raging debate is stirring in the academic community about the use of drugs to artificially increase the brain power of scholars, so that they can understand more, and work longer hours. Researchers researching with focus for longer, students doing better in exams because of it.

A storm of controversy is building up. This needs watching as what applies to drugs for brainpower boosting, will apply to neuroprosthetics as well.

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