Frontiers in Neuroscience

Frontiers in Neuroscience is a field journal of the "Frontiers in" journal series. Frontiers in Neuroscience publishes articles on the most outstanding discoveries across a wide research spectrum of Neuroscience. The mission of Frontiers in Neuroscience is to bring all relevant Neuroscience areas together on a single platform.

Publisher
Frontiers
Website
http://www.frontiersin.org/neuroscience

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Neuroscience

Pulse pressure: A game changer in the fight against dementia

A recent paper published in Frontiers in Neuroscience, outlines a pulse-pressure-induced pathway of cognitive decline that sheds light on why previous treatments for dementia may have failed and proposes promising new directions ...

Neuroscience

Silicon 'neurons' may add a new dimension to computer processors

When it fires, a neuron consumes significantly more energy than an equivalent computer operation. And yet, a network of coupled neurons can continuously learn, sense and perform complex tasks at energy levels that are currently ...

Medical research

The concept of creating a 'brain-on-a-chip' revealed

Lobachevsky University scientists in collaboration with their colleagues from Russia, Italy, China and the United States have proposed the concept of a memristive neurohybrid chip to be used in compact biosensors and neuroprostheses. ...

Neuroscience

Novel electric impulses relieve pain

Stimulating the vagus nerve in the ear can help to relieve chronic pain. TU Wien and MedUni Vienna have developed novel, sophisticated methods for electric stimulation of the vagus nerve.

Neuroscience

Artificial intelligence for very young brains

Canadian scientists have developed an innovative new technique that uses artificial intelligence to better define the different sections of the brain in newborns during a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exam.

Neuroscience

Memory boost with just one look

HRL Laboratories, LLC, researchers have published results showing that targeted transcranial electrical stimulation during slow-wave sleep can improve metamemories of specific episodes by nearly 20 percent after only one ...

Neuroscience

Ketogenic diet protects fruit fly brains from concussions

A high-fat diet reduces male fruit fly aggression after concussions, UConn researchers report in the 30 October issue of Frontiers in Neuroscience. The findings hint at potential treatments to prevent brain damage after head ...

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