Researchers discover our ability to process directional movements is a result of cortical activation of signals which originate from retinal neurons.
Researchers have discovered new evidence which correlates foveal crowding with the brain's processing speed.
A new probe which allows researchers to quantify folded and misfolded protein levels in a cell could help pave the way for drug treatments for misfolding diseases such as Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers observe inhibitory neurons which link olfaction with cognition and memory in mice.
Researchers report an accumulation of glycogen in Lafora disease directly causes apoptosis, triggers autophagy and synaptic failure.
Researchers propose highly selective neural representations are well suited to co-activating multiple things at the same time in short terms memory.
A new study identifies eight distinct neural sub-networks which form the connectivity infrastructure of the mammalian cerebral cortex.