Computational neuroscience research provides new information on the N-type calcium channel and synaptic transmission. The computational neuroscience model investigated shows that a single open N-type calcium channel's current may be sufficient to enable neurotransmitter release.
Barrow researchers use magic for discoveries Researchers at Barrow Neurological Institute at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center have unveiled...
New research reveals the key chemical process that corrects for potential visual errors in low-light conditions. Understanding this fundamental step could lead to new treatments for visual deficits, or might one day boost normal night vision to new levels.
The development of fine motor skill could take longer than previously thought, according to a new study.
A new study adds to the mounting evidence that the auditory cortex does more than just process sound.
A new study indicates early hominids developed dexterity and the ability to use tools before the development of bipedal locomotion.
A new study reports smoking disrupts the circadian rhythm in both the brain and lungs.
A new study presents a neurophysiological model which explains how humans sense wetness.
Researchers reveal the phenomenon of ASMR videos may have a positive physiological effect on viewers. The study reports those who experience ASMR have lower heart rates while watching the videos, as well as an increase in positive emotions.