Neuroscience

Using deep learning to research material transport in the brain

The brain is the most complex organ in the human body, controlling everything from senses to behaviors. Like any part of the body, it is subject to various errors that affect cognitive and physical functions, some of which ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Has lockdown driven tinnitus sufferers to despair?

This gap in research knowledge has proved enticing for enterprising young scientist Dr. Dee Domingo, who recently joined Flinders University's fledgling Audiology Department to commence bold new research ideas and analysis ...

Neuroscience

From fluffy to valuable: How the brain recognises objects

To recognize a chair or a dog, our brain separates objects into their individual properties and then puts them back together. Until recently, it has remained unclear what these properties are. Scientists at the Max Planck ...

Neuroscience

A new method to show neural representations

Researchers from Universidad Polit├ęcnica de Madrid report a new method for graphic representation of neurons that visualizes the data developed by neuroscientists.

Neuroscience

Real-time feedback tames Parkinson's brainwaves

A neurofeedback system enables Parkinson's disease patients to voluntarily control brainwaves associated with symptoms of the disorder, according to new research published in eNeuro. It remains to be determined whether such ...

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