Neuroscientists find more naturalistic ways to study vision

For years, neuroscience experiments have depended on carefully controlled conditions. Mice run in place on tiny treadmills, rather than freely scurrying. Or they're meticulously trained to do easy-to-measure tasks that don't ...


Help your kids stay injury-free during sports season

Participating in sports can be beneficial for children's physical and mental health, as well as a huge part of their social life. However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, emergency departments ...


Potential way to tune the brain into learning mode

A study by University of Manchester neuroscientists into the effect of surprise on our memory has inadvertently discovered a method which might help us to perform better in exams.

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