A new computational framework for standardizing neuroscience data on a global level has been developed by researchers.
Researchers have identified an area of the brain which helps us to navigate our surroundings.
Researchers report their new artificial neural network can identify objects as well as the primate brain can.
New research demonstrates the importance of individual history in understanding how neurochemicals control behavior.
Researchers shed light on the neural circuitry involved in the behavior which allows young zebrafish to capture their prey.
The lateral horn has been identified as the processing center for behaviorally relevant odor information, a new study reports.
New research significantly advances understanding of how drugs activate receptors.
A collaborative research paper uncovers a novel mechanism of altered information processing between neurons.
A new study identifies a neural pathway which controls attention.
A new paper hypothesizes that a particular type of interneuron may influence responses in a context dependent manner.
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.
A new technique allows researchers to explore neurons in greater detail than ever before.