Researchers have developed a new method that could allow for the delivery of drugs across the blood-brain barrier.
Findings could have positive implications for education and teaching bilingual children how to read.
A new study looks at how our brains synchronize when we converse with other people. Researchers found the rhythms of brainwaves adjust in both the speaker and listener according to the physical properties of sounds expressed when talking.
Contrary to a popular theory, researchers discover the brain remains connected during non-REM sleep. The study reports not all forms of communication within the cerebral cortex are disrupted during this sleep phase.
The speed of spoken word recognition is affected by how the speaker talks. Study finds sound waves from the voice effectively transmit information beyond the lexical meaning of words.
Study calls into question the use of current machine learning technologies in the search for extra-terrestrial intelligent life.