Neuroscience News

11/22/2016

“Princess Leia” Brainwaves Help Sleeping Brain Store Memories

Salk researchers discover rotating waves of brain activity that repeat during night.

11/07/2016

Researchers Find Widespread Disruption of Brain Activity During Absence Seizures

Yale study finds the entire brain is involved in a common form of childhood epilepsy that causes kids to “blank out.”

11/01/2016

Scientists Prove How Genetics Change Behavior by Studying Worms’ Foraging Strategies

Findings provide concrete evidence for game theory, which suggests that population density changes how individuals act.

10/31/2016

Researchers Watch in 3D As Neurons Talk to Each Other in a Living Mouse Brain

Microscopy system capable of capturing short-lived events within individual cells, while observing large volumes of brain tissue.

10/07/2016

Human Neurons Continue to Migrate After Birth, Research Finds

UCSF Study Reveals Previously Unrecognized Stage of Brain Development

10/06/2016

Brain Study Reveals How Teens Learn Differently than Adults

Columbia-led research finds adolescents’ ability to remember is closely linked to reward-learning behavior.

10/03/2016

How the Brain Makes New Memories While Preserving the Old

Model helps to explain how the human brain's biological complexity allows it to lay down new memories without wiping out old ones.

09/19/2016

The Kavli Foundation commends the establishment of an international brain initiative

Global collaboration among brain researchers will accelerate progress toward understanding and treating the brain.

09/17/2016

The Brain’s Stunning Genomic Diversity Revealed

Collaboration led by the Salk Institute shows that half of our healthy neurons contain huge insertions or deletions in DNA.

09/09/2016

Scientists Screen Existing Drugs in Hopes of Fast-Tracking Zika Treatment

Research team identifies three drugs effective enough in lab to warrant further study.

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