Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
The discovery, made in the nematode C. elegans, has implications for humans and other vertebrates.
Walter was recognized for “elucidating the unfolded protein response, a cellular quality-control system..."
Salk, UC San Diego scientists have discovered that the fruit fly brain has an elegant and efficient way of performing similarity searches.
Massive analysis of gene expression finds human-specific differences in the striatum, cerebellum and other brain areas.
Yale-led study suggests laminin alpha 5 molecule is crucial to the maturing of the adolescent brain.
Scientists call for ethical guidelines to cover the evolving use of neurotechnologies to enhance or restore human capabilities.
A Q&A with neuroscientist Franck Polleux, Ph.D.
Two distinct classes of interneurons orchestrate independent cell classes of the positioning system.
New tests detected smell loss more reliably than conventional options.
Paper describes “remarkable” differences in the way the brains of males and females respond to stress.