Latest News

Migrating stem cells possible new focus for stroke treatment

Two years ago, a new type of stem cell was discovered in the brain that has the capacity to form new cells. The same research group of researchers has now revealed that these stem cells, which are located in the outer blood vessel wall, appear to be involved in the brain reaction following a stroke.
View full story

Post your comment.


  • Single neuron may carry over 1,000 mutations

  • Sensory feedback shapes individuality to provide equal space for behavioral excellence

  • Tugs and pulls: How a molecular motor untangles protein

  • Enzyme malfunction may be why binge drinking can lead to alcoholism, study finds

  • Scale of gene mutations in human neurons examined

  • Scientific literature overstates psychotherapy's effectiveness in treating depression

  • Glutamate: Essential food for the brain

  • Brain chemical aids tic control in Tourette Syndrome, say researchers

  • New study removes cancer doubt for multiple sclerosis drug

  • Online e-cigarette vendors engage customers using popular internet tools