Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Nautilus has an interesting piece on how artificial intelligence systems are getting better at strategy.
Two neuroscientists explain why zombies have so much trouble walking in Slate
Vice magazine talks to a psychologist working in the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.
Neuroscientists manage to get past the blood-brain barrier for the first time potentially opening the way for getting new sorts of drugs to the brain. Covered in New Scientist.
The Neurocritic has an excellent piece on neuropsychological disorders involving mirrors.
The British are born to be miserable, according to a dreadful science story published in The Indepedent. Please note: The fact the conclusion happens to be true doesn’t mean it’s automatically good science.