A new PNAS study reports it is mathematically impossible to stop the aging process in multicellular organisms.
Researchers have developed a new math method that can detect geometric structures in the brain's neural activity.
Researchers have devised a new mathematical model which helps explain how the brain's networks can learn new information while remaining stable.
Using neuroimaging technology, researchers investigate whether there is a neurological basis to what we perceive to be beautiful.
A new study finds strength of communication between the left and right brain hemispheres predicts performance on basic arithmetic problems. Findings shed light on the neural basis of human math abilities and suggest a possible route to aiding those who suffer from dyscalculia - an inability to understand and manipulate numbers.
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