Kirstin Leslie attended ‘Unravelling the Brain’, a Pint of Science Festival event exploring dyslexia, perceptions and predictions.
Kaitlyn Hair takes a closer look at glial brain cells and their emerging “Jekyll and Hyde” role in neuroprotection and neurodegeneration.
Laura Ward shares her exciting neuroscience research: neuroimaging motion perception as a function of age.
A recent study reveals that even in healthy people illusory sensations can be mistaken for reality and that we shouldn’t trust everything we see.
Yulia Revina discusses the neuroscience behind action inhibition and how ‘brain training’ can help.
Despite the fact that adolescent suicide is a major public health issue, research which investigates its possible neurobiological causes is still sparse. However, so far, researchers have found some intriguing differences in the brain...
Love: a deep inexplicable bond between two individuals or a complex interplay between specific neurotransmitters in the brain?