More neurologisms abound, as Zack Lynch posts about a recent conference on ‘neuroweapons’.
In a previous post, he mentioned concerns about neurowarfare – the use of weapons that target the human central nervous system.
Presumably this means nerve agents, neurotoxins and the like, rather than simply being bashed on the head with a rock (perhaps, the earliest example of a neuroweapon?).
However, the more recent discussions seem to focus on the use of technology and drugs to enhance the cognitive function of soldiers and other military personnel.
Link to Brain Waves post on neuroweapons.