Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Scientists report finding an accurate blood-based measure that could lead to a clinical test for autism.
Inspired by a chemical process found in leaves, scientists have developed an electrically conductive film.
Scientists take major step toward understanding how brain development goes awry in some individuals with the disorder
Thousands of genetic "dimmer" switches were turned up high during human evolution in the developing cerebral cortex.
Neuroscientists find that when making decisions, neurons in the brain of rhesus monkeys apply the same statistical tricks that were used by the decryption team at Bletchley Park.
The Science Philanthropy Alliance, a coalition of leading nonprofit institutions and foundations dedicated to increasing investment in basic science research, announced today that Marc Kastner will be its first president.
The uncontrollable urge to eat after using marijuana may be driven by neurons in the brain normally involved in suppressing appetite.
Norway's NTNU researchers have found how the brain’s GPS is aligned to the real world.
Patterns created by the brain's grid cells are modified by the shape of the environment.
Findings could lead to new therapies for dehydration and excessive thirst.