Experts help set up the wiring for Precision Neuroscience’s technology.

Here’s what it’s like inside the operating room when someone gets a brain implant

May 25, 2024
Precision Neuroscience implant brain computer interface

Precision Neuroscience launches new BCI study sites

March 25, 2024
images of brains with an implant

Inside the operating room: doctors test a revolutionary brain-computer implant

Wall Street Journal
March 22, 2024
Precision Logo

Precision Neuroscience begins first-in-human study of its neural interface technology

Precision Neuroscience
March 22, 2024
Mount Sinai

Mount Sinai is first in New York to study a brain-computer interface designed to record and map the brain’s activity in unprecedented detail


Deep brain recordings to study human cognition

One Scientist’s Mind
March 14, 2024
The findings published today confirmed observations made with imaging techniques.

A macroproject publishes a brain atlas, a map for understanding what makes us human

El País
October 13, 2023
Ignacio Saez, right, and two other men discuss computational psychiatry.

Treating depression through computational psychiatry

Saez outside

Ignacio Sáez, neuroscientist: ‘Our ability to foresee the future and review the past predisposes us to mental illness’

El País (English)
September 8, 2023
Ignacio Sáez in a stairwell.

Ignacio Sáez, neurocientífico: “Nuestra capacidad de prever el futuro y revisar el pasado nos predispone a la enfermedad mental”

El País
September 6, 2023

Aspen Ideas Festival – Ignacio Saez, PhD

A Conversation on depression with Dr. Ignacio Saez

Man speaking with video button in the middle.

¿Puede ser provechoso el diálogo entre la neurociencia y la filosofía?

Cerebrum mind over matter: cognitive neuroengineering

Dana Foundation
June 5, 2020
Man crossing his arms and smiling in a lab, in front of a microscope.

¿Un fármaco para ser más justos?

La Rioja, Spain
May 10, 2015
Man holding pills in one hand

La pastilla de la generosidad

El Mundo, Spain
March 24, 2015
Hand holding a single pill.

There could soon be a pill to make us more compassionate

Time Magazine
March 21, 2015
Hand holding one paper bill

People could become more compassionate by taking a drug that prolongs dopamine’s effects on the brain

The Independent
March 20, 2015
A woman holding a pill

The pill that lets you sense other people’s pain

The Daily Mail
March 19, 2015

Una pastilla para el párkinson hace más sensible a la desigualdad

Risk-taking is linked to chemicals controlled by our genes

The Daily Mail
June 16, 2014

Genes and gambling: UC Berkeley study shows genes affect how people bet

Your genes affect your betting behavior

Berkeley News Center
June 16, 2014

Dopamine release in human brain tracked at microsecond timescale reveals decision making

Science Daily
November 2, 2011