Scientists hope to test experimental therapies on these “micro-brains”
“Micro quasi-brains” could aid disease research, but trigger ethical concerns
Researchers hope blood and brain scans may detect new clues
The work may offer new insights into the disease’s origins
Scientists remain skeptical about an experimental approach to reverse brain death
These lab creations may provides hunts about autism or other disorders
The discovery sheds light on how to connect implants and grafts to the body's own wiring
Understanding life in the cosmos includes tackling the problem of consciousness—a new institute called YHouse intends to help
This bizarre correlation has at least some biological plausibility
Two researchers could win the Nobel for optogenetics, but Zhuo-Hua Pan might have been there first
Doctors appear to have jump-started the brain of a young patient by using ultrasound waves
A recent study, and its response, heralds a new level of self-scrutiny for this area
A hormone involved in circadian rhythms could provide treatment for the autoimmune disease
Un estudio plantea la pregunta de si las proteínas implicadas en la enfermedad son capaces de dispersarse a través de procedimientos médicos.
Study raises question about whether proteins implicated in the disease are capable of spreading through medical procedures
Neurons involved in Parkinson’s disease are especially susceptible to burnout because of their complex branching
Criticism of witnesses’ inaction reflects a fundamental misunderstanding of the neuroscience of how the brain responds to sudden threats
Review the 2014 Illusion Contest Winners before the upcoming 2015 contest winners are announced!
For many decades, scientists have tried to understand the past by doing as our forebears did. One important endeavor in what is called experimental archaeology involves moderns crafting Stone Age tools by chipping away at rocks...
As adults, we don't often experience radical violations of our expectations, particularly those that concern core principles of object behavior.