A new EEG and fMRI study of epilepsy patients may reveal clues about the origins of consciousness. Researchers report activity in the frontal lobe changes 2 seconds before patients report an alteration in perception, and activity in the medial temporal lobe changes one second prior to them reporting.
University of Pennsylvania researchers use cryptographic techniques to decode the activity of motor neurons.
A new neuron labeling technique allows researchers to obtain a snapshot of their activity at any moment in time. The new approach could provide new insights into neural functioning by offering better precision than current, more long term, labeling techniques.
Study reveals a mismatch between neural activity and blood flow in the brains of newborn mice, shedding light on how the developing brain feeds itself.
A new technique allows researchers to look into the brains of living mice and witness the processing of sensory information in real time.
Researchers have developed a new math method that can detect geometric structures in the brain's neural activity.