Matching the location of a face to the speech sounds a person is producing significantly increases our ability to understand them, especially in noisy environments.
Study explores the interactions between articulatory precision and gender to gauge vocal attractiveness.
A new study warns of potential social, ethical, and legal consequences of brain-machine interfaces and other technologies that interact with the human brain.
Study reveals the significant role lipids play in regulating the amyloid pathway protein C99 and the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
New genetic findings related to circadian rhythm could have implications for humans, animals, and even plant life.
Separating vascular cell data based on sex helps researchers make new discoveries about why males and females are affected by neurodegenerative diseases differently. Findings point to differences in the blood-brain barrier between males and females.
A newly developed hydrogel scaffold with regularly spaced pores assists in spinal cell growth and neuron regeneration following spinal cord injury.
A new study reveals the recommended 6 foot of distance to help prevent the transmission of COVID-19 may not be enough. Researchers report that even with a slight breeze of 4 KPH, saliva and cough droplets travel 18 feet per 5 seconds.
Applying a nonlinear signal processing method to experimental data, a new study reveals a connection between motor behavior and brain activity. The findings could help with the development of new brain-computer interfaces and artificial intelligence technologies.