Research demonstrates how the complex locomotion of Aplysia can be simplified and interpreted.
A new study reports martix and stirosome compartments in the striatum do not appear to exchange synaptic information.
A new study provides detailed information about human specific changes in gene regulation and human brain development.
Researchers have developed a new method for identifying clusters of neurons.
A new study uses MRI technology to map the neuroanatomical differences and similarities in two different kinds of extroverts.
Researchers have produced a detailed map of cortical cells types and gene activity within them. They also report identifying a number of previously unknown cell types.
New brain research findings suggest long-term meditation may lead to less age-related gray matter atrophy in the human brain.
A new study could help pave the way for developing adaptive rehabilitation programs following visual restoration surgery.
A new neuroimaging study reports people born with one hand, who are able to use both limbs in a two handed task, show brain activity similar to that of people with two hands.
A new technique allows subtle mutations in brain cells to be traced and mapped spatially for the first time.
Researchers discover motor functions are remapped through rehabilitative training following brain injury.
A new study maps the cell-to-cell connection between the gut and nervous system.