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Will scientists soon be able to decipher dreams?

Curious how close scientists are to being able to decode a person's dreams? Then you might find this BBC.com article - the first in science writer Ed Yong's Will They Ever series - enlightening. (Spoiler alert: They're not very.)

And for more on dream research, there's this article I wrote for Stanford Medicine a few years back.

 

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