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Dopamine and serotonin are crucial brain chemicals. A new study that measured them simultaneously in active brains suggests they may do more than we think.
To figure out how people might benefit from brain training apps, researchers are looking for 30,000 volunteers willing to play brain games science.
A first-of-its-kind neural interface called the Stentrode sits in a blood vessel in the brain, picking up signals it can wirelessly transmit to a computer.
A new ALS treatment that appears to slow disease progression offers hope to those battling the incurable neurological disorder.
Left-handed people are systematically excluded from brain research, due to an archaic doctrine. These neuroscientists want that to change.
A non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation device can make language learning easier — and it might help with other types of learning, too.
Researchers have uncovered new insights into how ketamine affects the brain, potentially illuminating the path to new antidepressants.
A newly discovered part of the mouse brain appears to naturally stop pain processing, and it could lead to more robust pain relief options in the future.