Researchers have developed a new way of mapping neural networks in living organisms.
Researchers have identified a control mechanism for an area of the brain which processes sensory and emotive information.
A new study explores how the brain detects errors caused by unexpected sensory events.
Researchers discover the IP3R receptor can be locked into closed state by enzyme action. This could potentially play a role in the reduction of neuron signaling seen in some neurodegenerative disorders.
Researchers discover the vascular system in the brain is altered by sensory stimulation and deprivation.
New research could lead researchers to a better understanding of the development of psychiatric disorders such as depression and anxiety.
Using a combination of techniques, researcher reveal how the motor cortex can suppress activity in the auditory cortex.
A new study reports researchers have been able to alter the emotional association of specific memories by manipulating neural circuits in mouse brains.
A new study reports on how the brain makes sense of new spaces, both large and small.
Researchers have determined the detailed structure and movement of the glutamate receptor.
Researchers report retinal degeneration could be one of the earliest signs of FTD in people who have a genetic risk for the disorder.
Researchers report the striatum acts as a sensory hub which integrates various types of sensory information.
According to a new study, children with autism have an excess of synapses in the brain, due to a slowdown of the normal pruning process during development.
Researchers report a genetic variation linked to some mental illnesses reduces synaptic growth in developing brains.
A new technique, which uses acoustic pressure to help molecules pass through the BBB, could help in treatment neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.