Announces Brain Injury Blog Updates is pleased to announce their most recent Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) blog post, this one focusing on TBI research.

Denver, CO, February 03, 2010 --(, the online leader in personal injury resources, is pleased to announce its most recent update to its Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) blog, available at Continuing in its commitment to releasing the most current information regarding those topics most relevant to today's society, has brought to light some of the most cutting edge research in the field of brain injuries and studies of brain damage. The newest blog post details what could possibly be a revolutionary tool for brain injury treatments and modeling.

This newest technology is known as the Blue Brain Project, and was developed by a South African scientist Henry Markram. Markram's hope is that this project will become, “the world’s first fully conscious, artificial human brain." According to an article from the Times Live, Markram's work far surpasses any contemporary research project of its kind in the United States or the United Kingdom. The fully computerized rendering of the human brain provides doctors, medical professionals, researchers, brain injury attorneys, and other scientists or professionals interested in the inner workings of the human brain the potential for insights into what is surely the most mysterious human organ.

Not only does this digital brain model have the potential for use in analysis of brain injuries, but the possibility exists that this fully functional model could show researchers the very origins of human consciousness. Indeed, this possibility has not escaped Markram, who told the Times, “We want to understand how consciousness emerges. It comes out of the brain, it doesn’t come from the sky, it doesn’t come from some magical place.” There are, of course, several ethical implications inherent in creating a brain, especially when investigating the sources of consciousness. If the brain were conscious of its existence and it was injured, would it be able to file a brain injury lawsuit? strives to provide the most current and relevant information available regarding TBI and other brain injury related topics. In addition to keeping its websites up to date with the most recent resources available, it also provides free access to a brain injury lawyer and other TBI-related legal services.

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Danielle Franklin