Neuroscience News

09/03/2014

E-Cigarettes May Promote Illicit Drug Use and Addiction

Like conventional cigarettes, electronic cigarettes (or e-cigarettes) may lower the threshold for addiction to other substances.

08/20/2014

Stem Cells and Neural Repair: A Q&A with KIBM's Mark Tuszynski

KIBM's Tuszynski discusses new research revealing how neurons generated from human stem cells and implanted into rats with spinal cord injuries can grow long axons and form synapses.

08/04/2014

Prominent U.S. Research Institutions Announce Collaboration Toward Sharing and Standardizing Neuroscience Data

The initiative is hoped to be a major step toward accelerating the pace of discoveries about the brain in health and disease.

08/01/2014

President Obama Meets U.S. Laureates of 2014 Kavli Prizes

At the White House, President Barack Obama welcomed the four American laureates of the 2014 Kavli Prizes.

06/25/2014

How Our Brains Store Recent Memories, Cell by Single Cell

Findings may shed light on how to treat neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s and epilepsy

06/21/2014

Cal-BRAIN Kickstarts California Efforts to Map the Brain

Cal-BRAIN – short for California Blueprint for Research to Advance Innovations in Neuroscience – is a state complement to the federal BRAIN Initiative. It aims to “accelerate the development of brain mapping techniques, including the development of new technologies.”

05/26/2014

Nine Scientific Pioneers Receive the 2014 Kavli Prizes

Laureates were selected for pioneering work in cosmic inflation,  nano-optics and brain networks for memory and cognition.

05/01/2014

Studies Identify Spinal Cord Neurons that Control Skilled Limb Movement

Researchers have identified two types of neurons that enable the spinal cord to control skilled forelimb movement.

04/17/2014

Why Your Nose Can Be a Pathfinder

Researchers at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience at NTNU recently discovered the process behind the phenomenon of smells and memories.

03/18/2014

Born with Border Patrol in our Brains

Researchers at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology are taking a closer look at border cells and their role in our sense of place.

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