New research finds that neurons work as a team to process facial expressions, vocalizations, and social cues.
Brittle stars don’t have a brain but can still learn stuff through experience, a new study shows.
“The emergence of micro and nanoplastics in the environment might represent a new toxin challenge with respect to Parkinson’s disease risk and progression.”
A discovery that deepens understanding of microbleeds in the brain clarifies how they occur and may lead to new therapeutic targets.
The same motor task can make different groups of brain cells light up, a study shows. Context makes the difference.
Looking at functional network connectivity in the brains of adolescents could offer a biomarker for future psychiatric issues.
Stimulating the brain with gentle sounds during deep sleep significantly enhances heart function, according to a small study in men.
A new study reveals the crucial role of vascular system cells called pericytes in the formation of long-term memories of life events.
A new study demonstrates that patients who develop postoperative delirium have increased openings in the blood-brain barrier.
Strong, rapidly fluctuating magnetic field pulses that can affect brain activity may help reduce cigarette cravings, say researchers.