A survey of 50,000 people in 21 countries paints a grim picture.
As it turns out, your fear of spiders looks a whole lot like my fear of spiders.
“We are simply amazed that we have any structures present given how delicate these things are.”
Thanks to a new neuroscience study, the world suddenly makes a lot more sense.
Recent studies provide insight into the cognitive power of one of the planet’s tiniest brains.
An explanation for how neurons harness complexity for implementing long- and short-term memory.
Engineers score a major advance in neuromorphic computing.
The disorder is hard to diagnose and research because inducing a delusion isn't easy.
Scientist Julia Shaw explains false police confessions (and reports of alien abductions).
Fear: do we really need it?