Signals sent by tongue’s taste cells prevent the brain from confusing bitter and sweet tastes.
Study in mice answers long-standing scientific question about the brain’s ability to drive movement
Whether it’s hitting a homerun or a tickling the ivories, neuroscientist Rui Costa, PhD, investigates how we learn skilled movement — and what happens in the brain when that ability is disrupted.
At the 2017 World Science Festival, scientists shared their insights into how technology is advancing what we can uncover about the brain — and how that knowledge stands to improve health and society
A Q&A with Nathaniel Sawtell, PhD
Twin papers lend clues into how the brain organizes itself, offering new avenues for studying psychiatric disorders.