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Source: National Science Foundation
Melina Hale explains how her research on zebrafish is helping to advance brain research.
Source: TED
Why can’t our extremely complex eyes render simple optical illusions? Surprise, surprise — it comes back to the brain, which has only evolved to encounter natural stimuli.
Source: National Science Foundation

Playing a musical instrument can do wonders for our brains. But how does it affect our hearing later on in life?

Source: Society for Neuroscience
As the world population ages, cases of macular degeneration are likely to rise. Studies are examining ways to slow the disease and help patients regain sight.
Source: Society for Neuroscience
Neuroscientist Damien Fair discusses how brain imaging is used to explore ways to better characterize developmental brain disorders like autism and ADHD.
Source: Society for Neuroscience
Neuroscientist Damien Fair discusses how brain imaging is used to explore ways to better characterize developmental brain disorders like autism and ADHD.
Source: Society for Neuroscience
Neuroscientist Damien Fair discusses how brain imaging is used to explore ways to better characterize developmental brain disorders like autism and ADHD.
Source: TED
After a traumatic brain injury, it sometimes happens that the brain can repair itself. Siddharthan Chandran walks through some new techniques using special stem cells that could allow the damaged brain to rebuild faster.
Source: Society for Neuroscience
Neuroscience isn’t just for biology class! In this video, learn from Jim Olson about the homunculus, the structure of the sensory cortex.
Source: Society for Neuroscience
Neuroscience isn’t just for biology class! In this video, learn from Rochelle Shwartz-Bloom about the function of the motor cortex.
Unearthing Secrets of New Neurons
Source: American Chemical Society
While you are sipping on the perks of National Coffee Day, take a look at the science behind world's most popular drug in coffee, caffeine.
Source: Society for Neuroscience
Identifying new ways to bypass the brain’s elaborate security system may one day lead to better outcomes for patients with brain tumors or other neurological disorders.
Source: Science Friday
What can the cuttlefish’s remarkable camouflage abilities teach us about vision?
Channel Makover Switches Off Neurons in a Flash
Genes Impact Suspect Cortex Areas More as Youth Mature
NIMH Outreach Partnership Program
Patches of Disorganization in the Neocortex of Children with Autism
Middle Schoolers’ Field Day with the Brain
Eating Disorders Myths Busted - Myth #2: Families are to Blame
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