Prof. James Giordano, PhD, is Vice President for Academic Programs and Director of the Center for Neurotechnology Studies at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies. In a recent interview with Science News, he comments on a paper on neuroweapons that he recently published with Rachel Wurzman in the Potomac Institute's peer-reviewed journal, Synesis. Neuroweapons are considered by many to be the next frontier in national security, intelligence and defense, and could run the gamut from pharmaceuticals, to brain-machine interfaces, to implantable chips and more. "A number of these different approaches are heating up in the crucible of possibility, so that’s really increased some of the momentum and the potential of what this stuff can do,” Prof. Giordano tells Science News. Click here to read the article in full.