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Jun 23 2021 | The Mercury News
Stanford researchers find signs of inflammation in donated brains
Jun 18 2021 | Science News
A method called optogenetics offers insights into memory, perception and addiction
Jun 17 2021 | Nature Portfolio
The ability to see and recognize objects is crucial for human behavior.
Jun 17 2021 | NIH National Institute on Aging
Scientists recently discovered a process by which immune cells can drive aging in the brain, and how to block this pathway to improve memory and maze navigation in older mice.
Jun 17 2021 | inscopix
Recent breakthroughs in optical-based imaging in nonhuman primates promise to fundamentally advance our understanding of brain function and accelerate the development of next-generation brain-computer interfaces.
Jun 15 2021 | New York Times
Long after some people have recovered from the virus, they find certain foods off-putting.
Jun 1 2021 | IIEE Spectrum
Imagining writing-by-hand is faster than imagining moving a cursor in new BCI system.
May 30 2021 | PsyPost
New research provides evidence that the tendency to respond to hypnosis is linked to cognitive flexibility.
May 26 2021 | Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
Light triggers formation, feeds growth of optic nerve tumors
May 17 2021 | Spectrum News
An autism-linked mutation could make the brain grow unusually big by prompting cells to express a “don’t eat me” signal, according to a new study.