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Goosebumps are part of your body’s reaction to danger. But they can also be caused by great music. Those two experiences are more similar than you might think.
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Why pain from stubbing your toe comes in waves from sharp to dull.
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You’re trying to feel your tongue now, aren’t you? Let the trigeminal ganglion do what it does.
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Sorting through past experiences to help make our best choices possible.
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AI expert Fei-Fei Li discusses how deep-learning machines can support the human experience — not replace it.
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A battle for the prize of the last connection standing.
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Learn about the facts and myths around epilepsy and the different forms it can take.
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Understanding how the developing brain grows, changes, and learns provides a fuller picture of how this complicated machine works.
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These dorsal root ganglion cells respond to temperature to help us quickly calculate our next move.
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Neuroscientists came from far and wide last month to talk science at Neuroscience 2019 in Chicago. Check out some of the most exciting science they shared.
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The nerve fibers sensing touch, pain, and heat bundle together before entering the spinal cord.
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Fish eyes’ stored stem cells could give clues to develop potential therapies for an injured mammalian eye.
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