The highly dynamic, new "expanding hole" optical illusion can be perceived by 86% of people. The illusion is so good at deceiving the brain, it causes pupillary dilation as though we are walking into a darkened room.
According to a new study, a small cellular molecule previously believed to have little impact on behavior could be responsible for controlling precise movements.
A new study on Aplysia californica sea snails uncovers the first nervous system cells to fail during aging.
Our "primitive" reflexes could involve more sophisticated brain function that originally thought, according to a new study.