How swinging a bat and camouflage are more similar than you think
What do bats, zebra finches, electric fish and honeybees have in common? They are all species that are studied in neuroethology!
As we learn more about how memories are formed and stored in the brain, researchers are now discovering the many ways in which memories can be altered on a neuronal level.
Migraines are much more than just headaches, so what exactly is going on in the brain to cause them?
We’ve known for decades that the tongue is involved in taste perception, but could the brain actually be playing a more important role?
The ability to accurately recognize faces is crucial for success in our increasingly social societies. But how do our brains do this? A recent study suggests it may be simpler than we thought.