2018-07-24 (Tu) HackadaySummary

Help with Stuttering Could Come from Electricity
I have made tDCS units in the past, and my results have been underwhelming, and I even have scars from when I misused the electrodes, but that was my fault. People more knowledgeable than me are using it to help treat stuttering, and they have gotten good results. I enjoy seeing articles about using accessible technology helping ordinary people because it is that kind of information flow that brings science to the home and the citizen scientist.

The graphic for this project was from a public domain image, and I added the yellow tint, but not the texture.

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