The Amazing Human Brain
Researchers created a high-definition scan of a mouse's brain that is 64 million times sharper than a normal MRI.
Reference What happens in your brain when you ask yourself "am I in love?", and what is love anyway?
The connections between different regions of the brain responsible for language processing depend on which language you grew up with.
People who "choke" under pressure underperform in high-stakes situations out of stress and worry. But what causes this phenomenon?
Oxidative stress occurs when there is an imbalance between the production of free radicals and the body’s ability to counteract them.
A study suggests that psychedelics can access receptors inside cells that standard antidepressants usually can't affect.
A new proposal suggests using stem cell-derived 'minibrains' to create brand-new biocomputers. Such 'organoid computers' could be far off, but ethical questions abound.
Brain organoids, or minibrains, contain human tissues and have potential uses in basic research, drug development and computer science.
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