Researchers have developed an evolvable electrochemical transistor which has the ability to learn. The transistor is equipped with the ability for both long and short term memory. The new technology is a major step towards machine learning that utilizes organic electronics, the researchers report.
Using objects when trying to solve problems may help to find new ways of finding a solution, researchers report.
Children with type 1 diabetes have slower growth of total cortical and subcortical gray and white matter compared to their peers without diabetes.
Regardless of receptor types, spiking patterns determine vibrotactile frequency perception. The findings challenge existing theories about how Pacinian receptor channels work together in response to vibrotactile stimulation.
The study of a man with a neurodegenerative disease that has robbed his ability to see certain numbers sheds light on how the brain processes information without any visual awareness of the stimuli.
Socioemotional behavior at age eight predicted health behaviors during midlife both directly and indirectly through education.
Researchers report children with autism who are overly sensitive to sensory stimulation show different brain reactions to those with autism who don't respond so severely.
Combining artificial intelligence technology with raw data from brain activity, researchers accelerate the understanding of how neural activity impacts specific behaviors.