Neuroscience in the News

Hangovers reduce brain function and memory, according to new research from Swinburne University of Technology (Swinburne) in Melbourne.
  • 02 Aug 2019
  • Medical Xpress
Doctors have been able to turn brain signals for speech into written sentences in a research project that aims to transform how patients with severe disabilities communicate.
  • 31 Jul 2019
  • FOX News
The results of the experiments could fill in a huge blank in science’s understanding of brain development.
  • 31 Jul 2019
  • STAT
And The Discovery Could Help Explain Why We Give Up
  • 31 Jul 2019
  • Forbes
Inside the brain, a group of cells known as nociceptin neurons get very active before mice give up on reaching hard-to-get rewards, researchers report.
  • 29 Jul 2019
  • Futurity
Starting in late 2016, a number of US government personnel stationed in Havana, Cuba started reporting something strange: they heard intensely loud sounds emanating from a single direction.
  • 29 Jul 2019
  • Science Alert
How does the brain clean itself?
  • 29 Jul 2019
  • New Scientist
Holocaust survivors may have suffered permanent harmful changes to their brain structure, and the brains of their children and grandchildren may also be affected, a small study reveals.
  • 26 Jul 2019
  • Medical Xpress
Ever since humanity split into dog and cat people, we've been arguing over which one of our beloved companions is a smarter species.
  • 26 Jul 2019
  • Science Alert
Core regions include one active in mammals, hinting at an ancient basis for parental behaviors
  • 24 Jul 2019
  • Science News
When you hear singing, your brain processes that in a different way than it does instrumental music or spoken word
  • 24 Jul 2019
  • Forbes
In animals, weight training appeared to promote the creation of new neurons in the memory centers of the brain
  • 24 Jul 2019
  • New York Times

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