A new treatment that uses extracellular vesicles filled with exosomes derived from human stem cells could help repair brain damage following stroke, researchers report.
Researchers report our inner thoughts and interpretations of our experiences have physical consequences for both physical and mental health.
Researchers have implicated mossy cells in both seizures and memory problems in those with temporal lobe epilepsy.
Researchers report elevated dopamine levels may make those with schizophrenia rely more on expectations, which results in them experiencing auditory hallucinations.
Researchers have developed an accurate computer program that can predict cancer cell motion and spread.
Researchers reveal that, while the anatomical structures of bird, reptile and mammalian brains differ, all contain certain types of cells linked to cognitive ability.
A new study reveals the brain utilizes eye movements to help recall vivid memories of past experiences.
Engaging young children in conversation helps boost language development, researchers report.
Researchers report alcohol seeking behavior may be induced by altering the strength of synapses.
Study could help explain how our cells deteriorate over time.
Researchers speculate what the future may hold for artificial intelligence technologies, and us.
According to a new study, the display of aggression following the consumption of alcohol is linked to a dip in activity in the prefrontal cortex.
Researchers have identified structural ‘footprints’ that allow certain virus vectors reach the brain easily.
Researchers report that having a thrill seeking streak can help Olympic athletes achieve success in the games.
Researchers have identified a range of psychiatric disorders, including schizophrenia and autism, that share physical characteristics at the molecular level. Specifically, the study identifies common patterns of neural gene expression. In addition, researchers note important differences in gene expression that distinguish the disorders.
Two new studies sheds light on the processes that underlie the integration and storage of sensory information.
Researchers discover the activity of 80 percent of genes follow a day/night rhythm in many tissue types and brain regions.
A new study reveals the role astrocytes play in regulating breathing rhythms.