A study of people learning to read braille reveals how white matter reorganizes itself across different brain regions and timeframes to meet the brain's needs.
A new neuroimaging technique captures the brain in motion in real-time, generating a 3D view and with improved detail. The new technology could help clinicians to spot hard-to-detect neurological conditions.
A neuroimaging study of people with Down syndrome reveals subtle differences in the structure and function of the hippocampus.
The effects of intoxication, such as slurred speech and poor coordination, are a result of the breakdown of alcohol products in the brain and not the liver.
A new study solves a century-old puzzle about brain energy use and blood vessel clusters.
Mapping perivascular spaces over life-span will help researchers better understand brain aging and cognitive decline.
Researchers identified several brain areas that acted as hubs for information processing across brain networks that contribute to memory recall. They observed how activation patterns within these networks differed on an individual level, based on personal levels of recall detail and imagination.