Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
In mouse study, neonatal exposure changed biochemistry of reward circuitry.
Study of human brains links gene activity to disorder's severity, flagging targets for future therapies
Neurons created during adulthood have an outsized impact on mood and memory.
Scientists make progress on predicting Alzheimer’s disease decades before symptoms appear.
Data from mouse neurons point to unexpected brain region, carrying implications for health and disease
New technology is a stepping stone to a neural speech prosthesis, researchers say
New research reveals the diversity of motives that guide human curiosity
Researchers at NTNU’s Kavli Institute have found specialized brain cells that help us navigate in space.
The technology captures cellular activity across large volumes of neural tissue, with impressive speed and at new depths.
School of Medicine researchers find MDMA, or ecstasy, reactivates a learning period for social rewards, allowing test subjects to form positive associations where none existed before