A new mathematical model of memory by Stefano Fusi, PhD, and team could accelerate the quest to build brain-inspired hardware.
This summer, city high school students worked with the world's leading neuroscientists.
Mark Churchland, PhD, studies the brain activity behind voluntary movement and swimming can serve as a great example of that.
Elizabeth Hillman, PhD, weighs in on what we can learn from imaging the human brain.
Study led by Attila Losonczy, MD, PhD, shows two layers of brain cells: one for a map and one for path to a location.
A specific part of the brain seems to be responsible for learning and remembering the precise locations of places that are special to us.