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.
A new study reports smartphone usage influences cortical activity.
Researchers 'rediscover' a neural pathway and provide new analytical tools which allow for easy identification of the brain structure.
Moving forward helps train the brain to perceive the world 'normally', a new study reports.
A newly developed online tool could aid future postnatal brain growth studies.
A new neuroimaging study reports Romanian children who spent their early years in orphanages often have thinner brain tissue in cortical areas corresponding to attention and impulse control.
Researchers provide a new perspective on injury impairs brain function.
A new study reports babies can be trained to recognize language-like sounds which can accelerate the development of brain maps critical to language acquisition.
A new study offers a precise model of the organization of developing neural circuits.
Researchers have developed a new way of mapping neural networks in living organisms.
Researchers develop new technology which allows for more accurate mapping of the connections within white matter tissue in the human brain.