Understanding how the brain's outermost layer develops means new understandings of intelligence, neurological disorders.
Scientists successfully use untreated graphene to interface directly with neurons.
Analyzing brain waves transmitted via electrodes, lets researchers see what the person is perceiving.
One man's “Cat-gras” delusion suggests our understanding of the underlying syndrome may be flawed.
The brain doesn't want sugar, it wants energy. Even if it tastes disgusting.
Whether you're a morning or evening person could be guided by your genes.
That day parked in front of the TV feels like the perfect way to "turn off your brain,” but is it really?
Brain mapping in the most psychedelic visual of all.
New research links the region of the brain associated with fear and the hormone oxytocin to the giving spirit.
"It’s all in the brain."