How hormones may ease patients’ stroke recoveries
Neuroscience wrapped: as we move into a new year, let’s reflect on some notable discoveries in the field of neuroscience from 2021.
Restoring sight to the blind sounds like science fiction, but a recent study puts us one step closer to making this fantasy a reality.
A recent study suggests that an Alzheimer’s disease-related protein could explain why specific neurons die first.
Brain fog is a common symptom of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome but what causes altered brain function, and could this be happening in patients infected with COVID-19?
To learn about how we recognize faces, neuroscientists study the most and least skilled face recognizers.
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?
How scientists transferred the cognitive benefits of exercise to aged mice…without having to work out
Many types of brain injury and disease, including autoimmune encephalitis, can cause a language disorder named aphasia that affects at least 2 million Americans