Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Researchers have discovered that a variant of the gene CRY1 slows the internal biological clock that normally dictates our sleep-wake cycle.
Study sheds new insight on a brain network where memories of events are processed and stored.
Scientists at Salk develop tool to gauge success of preferred treatment for bipolar disorder.
Theory posits that genes, environment, and sex have a combined effect on behavior greater than the sum of the three.
Study Implicates Neural Stem Cell Defects in Smooth Brain Syndrome
Research adds to growing evidence that Parkinson's may arise in part from a recycling failure in neurons.
Mathematical model can forecast the scent a molecule will evoke.
Study shows how a protein called WAVE1 regulates the brain’s response to cocaine.
Findings highlight diversity of cells in central nervous system required for movement
Investigating the biological basis of vision: Tübingen neuroscientists analyse the ‘division of labour’ in the retina.