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Global Preclinical Data Forum Announces 2020 Negative Prize Award

This prize, which was first launched in 2017, will award €10,000 to the researcher/research group whose publication in neuroscience research best exemplifies data where the results do not confirm the expected outcomes or original hypotheses. One of the group's major focuses is to provide quality

Changes in brain attention may underlie autism

New research in JNeurosci explores how a particular region of the brainstem might explain differences in attention in people with autism.

Newly discovered memory process influences decision-making: neuroscience study

Learned connections between stimuli and reward – like the positive emotions associated with popular brands – have a powerful influence over our future decisions. Scientists have started to discover why.

New practices improve stroke care

A new method of evaluating and prioritising treatment for patients with suspected acute stroke, which has been used by the Stockholm health authority since 2017, has led to faster health interventions ...

AI Translates Human Brain Signals to Text

UCSF neuroscientists' brain-computer interface decodes at natural-speech rates.

Students who listened to Beethoven during lecture - and in dreamland - did better on test - ScienceBlog.com

College students who listened to classical music by Beethoven and Chopin during a computer-interactive lecture on microeconomics -- and heard the music

ProMIS Neurosciences to Present Data and Moderate Session at AAIC 2020

Alzheimer’s Association selects three abstracts for oral and poster presentation; invites Dr. Johanne Kaplan to chair session

PBS documentary ‘The Gene’ showcases genetics’ promise and pitfalls

A film from executive producer Ken Burns delivers an unfiltered history of genetics, showing how the science has helped and hurt people.

Students who listened to Beethoven during lecture—and in dreamland—did better on test

College students who listened to classical music by Beethoven and Chopin during a computer-interactive lecture on microeconomics—and heard the music played again that night—did better on a test the ...

The Brain Cells That Encode the Memory for "Dessert"

Neuroscientists have identified populations of cells that encode memories for each distinctive segment of an overall experience.

Decoded: What makes Saturn's atmosphere hot

The outer layer of Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune and Uranus, are hot just like the Earth's likely due to electric current at the planets' poles, according to a study, which is the most complete mapping

NASA: Data from Cassini may explain Saturn's atmospheric mystery

Washington D.C. [USA], April 7 (ANI): The upper layers in the atmospheres of gas giants -- Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune -- are hot, just like Earth's. But unlike Earth, the Sun is too far from these outer planets to account for the high temperatures. Their heat source has been one of the great mysteries of planetary science.

What makes Saturn's atmosphere so hot

The upper layers in the atmospheres of gas giants—Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune—are hot, just like Earth's. But unlike Earth, the Sun is too far from these outer planets to account for the high ...

AI Translates Human Brain Signals to Text

UCSF neuroscientists' brain-computer interface decodes at natural-speech rates.

Saturn's moon Enceladus, not Titan, should be focus of alien-hunting mission, scientists reveal

Scientists believe that NASA should send a mission to Saturn's moon Enceladus to search for signs of alien life