MIT's Innerscope Research uses a range of neuroscience tools to explore the connections between media and the consumer.
Researching crayfish, scientists report the immune system can produce cells from stem cells. These cells can create neurons.
Using optogenetics to stimulate mice brains five days after a stroke helped improve motor control and brain chemistry, researchers report.
Researchers discover a new way that circadian rhythm is regulated by long non-coding RNA.
Researchers have developed a new, non invasive technique to map the pulse pressure and elasticity of arteries in the brain.
A new neuroimaging study could help explain how the brain reorganizes itself as children learn math facts.
New research investigates how gut bacteria could affect our cravings and moods in order to consume the nutrients they require to grow best.
A neuroimaging study reports connections between certain brain regions are amplified in teens who are more prone to taking risks.
A new study on how bats use echolocation lends support to the temporal binding hypothesis and could also have positive implications for new technology development.
Memories of errors, as well as memories of performing a task, help foster faster learning, a new study reports.
A new optogenetics study could be a breakthrough in understanding how the TRN influences consciousness.
Researchers have successfully made an artificial connection from the brain to the locomotion center in the spinal cord by bypassing with a computer interface.
Researchers develop a new microscopy method using a small needle and LED light to create 3D images of living brains.
Researchers report they have discovered a master gene responsible for sleep and wake cycles.
Researchers report huntingtin plays a critical role in long-term memory.