There are number of strong cognitive benefits for bilingual speakers. For example, speaking two languages means the brain develops denser grey matter, improves children’s test scores, and affords higher salaries across a large number of professions.
A new finding by Harvard stem cell biologists turns one of the basics of neurobiology on its head -- demonstrating that it is possible to turn one type of already differentiated neuron into another within the brain.
Research of plain wren duets could help further understand fundamentals of conversation. University of Miami researcher finds that plain wren couples give each other cues to perform precisely coordinated duets
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New 2015 logo for Universal Health Solutions' conference coming up this year. This year's focus is Rethinking Brain Health. The logo focuses on the brain, as well as the synapses that happen to reflect the inner workings of the brain — by Janessa Rae Desi
Why do we crave love so much, even to the point that we would die for it? To learn more about our very real, very physical need for romantic love, Helen Fisher and her research team took MRIs of people in love -- and people who had just been dumped.
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'His research was focused on the interaction between neurons and glial cells (collectively called glia); the latter form 90% of the human brain. A Stanford University press release said studies at his laboratory had proved that glia are critical to sustain the overall structure of the brain’s synapses, through which nerve cells pass signals to one another.' Ben Barres, Neuroscientist and Gender Identity Leader, Passes Away at 63: