Using a new algorithm, researchers find the loss of the KLHL9 gene is a driving force behind glioblastoma brain cancer.
Researchers use computer technology to better understand how the brain fundamentally controls the body.
Researchers develop a new method for creating 3D models of the hippocampus to help investigate how memories form.
Researchers develop a new scaling law which predicts a human's risk of blast-related TBI, based on previous studies of blast injuries on animal brains.
Researchers develop new technology which allows for more accurate mapping of the connections within white matter tissue in the human brain.
A new paper describes the scientific motivations for studying neural activity, along with a class of machine learning, called dimensionality reduction, for interpreting the activity.
New neuroscience software helps speed analysis of large scale, complex data sets.
Researchers present findings on how changes in dopamine signaling and transporter functions are linked to neurological and psychiatric diseases.
Virtual Finger Enables Scientists to Navigate and Analyze 3D Images of Complex Biological Structures
Researchers pioneer a new way to digitally navigate 3D images of synapses and neurons.
A new study reports patients are more open to disclosing personal information with a virtual human than a real one.
Researchers have created a new imaging system which reveals neural activity throughout the brain of living animals.
Researchers have developed faster and more energy efficient microchips based on the human brain. The technology offers greater possibilities for advances in robotic and understanding of the human brain.
Researchers create a new model of memory which explains how neurons retain selective memories a few hours after an event takes place.
A new computer model explains how ion channels react to optogenetics.
Researchers discover a new way for computers to recognize 21 distinct and complex facial expressions.