A new paper describes the development of a cAMP analogue which specifically activates only Epac2.
A new study could help pave the way for developing adaptive rehabilitation programs following visual restoration surgery.
A new study provides evidence for the co-evolution of our ability to communicate and Stone Age butchery tools.
A new study maps the cell-to-cell connection between the gut and nervous system.
A new study could further the understanding of the perceptual building blocks which enable human language.
Crows have the cognitive skills to solve more complex problems than previously believed, a new study reports.
A new neuroimaging study reports of neural differences in obese children when they taste sugar.
Optogenetics study shows activating the amygdala can create an addiction and an intense desire for sugary foods.
Using motion capture techniques to track dragonflies as they hunt their prey, researchers found the insect's movement is guided by internal models of its own body and the anticipated movements of its prey.
Cigarette smoking activates dopamine driven satisfaction and pleasure responses differently between the sexes, a neuroimaging study finds.
New genetic treatment helps restore light sensitivity in blind mice, a new study reports.
Sleep deprivation can cause cell damage, especially to the lungs, liver and small intestine, a new study reports.
New findings could pave the way for future research into brain evolution.
A new neuroimaging study identifies areas of the brain responsible for language processing.
Researchers develop a new system which tracks the process of falling asleep.