Cognitive enhancing drugs, also known as “nootropics” or “smart drugs”, could have real benefits for people like doctors, military personnel, air traffic controllers and shift workers if trials were brought in to ensure long-term safety, according to a prominent scientist.
“Nootropics” is the buzzword for a new generation of substances taken to make users think faster, remember for longer and concentrate harder.
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