Read about what excited our writers about neuroscience this year.
There are 100 billion neurons in the human brain. How can we possibly categorize all of them, and why is it important?
A recent study genetically sequenced the axolotl brain to understand how they can regenerate parts of their brain!
The nervous system is constantly regulating many important processes in the body, all without us having to consciously think about it. How does it do this, and what happens when things go wrong?
Holiday shopping is here! Some call it greed, but it might be your brain’s fault you buy more than you need.
Research shows less activity in the brain’s “reading network” in people with dyslexia. How can we use this knowledge for early intervention?
It turns out that parenting isn’t just something people learn how to do, but is hardwired into our brains. Learn about the neurobiology behind parenting.
For years, scientists had predicted the existence of neurons in the brain that respond to both the experience and the observation of an emotion. It now seems that they have found them in rats!