Latest News

Mapping the brain: Researchers use signals from natural movements to identify brain regions

Whether we run to catch a bus or reach for a pen: Activities that involve the use of muscles are related to very specific areas in the brain. Traditionally, their exact location has only been determined through electrical stimulation or unnatural, experimental tasks. A team of scientists has now succeeded for the first time in mapping the brain's surface using measurements of everyday movements.
View full story

Post your comment.

Name:
Email:
Rating:
Comment:
Verification
 

  • Scientists explain how memories stick together

  • In old age, lack of emotion, interest may signal brain is shrinking

  • Common links between neurodegenerative diseases identified

  • New cause of brain bleeding immediately after stroke identified

  • Boosting Depression-Causing Mechanisms in Brain Increases Resilience, Surprisingly

  • Teenagers who have had a concussion also have higher rates of suicide attempts

  • Beating the clock for ischemic stroke sufferers

  • Atypical brain connectivity associated with autism spectrum disorder

  • 'Brain training' overcomes tics in Tourette syndrome, study finds

  • How smells stick to your memories: Your nose can be a pathfinder

  •