A drug currently used to treat cancer appears to sharpen memory. Researchers believe the drug could help people with Alzheimer's disease and other memory disorders.
According to a new study, researchers have found that a specific molecule controls morphine receptor signaling in a small group of brain cells.
Researchers create a customized exoskeleton that has enabled a former soldier with traumatic brain injury to walk again.
New research could provide crucial information about how babies develop a sense of their physical selves.
A new study reports cholinergic neurons in the basal forebrain respond to reward and punishment with unusual speed and precision.
A new study identifies a cause of resilience to tinnitus and hint at a possible drug that could reduce the chances of developing the disease.
A new study reports that in blind children, a region of the brain that normally involved in visual processing can be remodeled to process language.
According to a new study, brief exposure to mild trauma or sudden sounds can permanently alter neural networks and form long lasting memories.
New discoveries about neuroplasticity following vision loss could improve patient susceptibility to sensory prosthetics.
A new study enhances understanding of the mechanisms vital to the regulation of the circadian system.
A new study provides evidence to distinguish between the parts of the brain which account for individual talent and the areas activated through training.
Researchers have identified a critical function of what they believe to be schizophrenia's "Rosetta Stone" gene that could hold the key to decoding the function of all genes involved in the disease.