Biotechnology, Featured, Neuroscience
First 3D super-resolution image of dendritic spines captured by Yale researchers

Deep tissue imaging is possible with the new STED technology, which displays the internal movements of neurons. Researchers have created a novel microscopy technique that can see subcellular structures in

Medical News, Neuroscience, Sleep, World health
Listening to music near bedtime can disrupt sleep, new research says

Most individuals listen to music throughout the day, especially around their bedtime. Is it possible, though, that this could affect your sleep? When sleep researcher Michael Scullin, Ph.D., associate professor

Alzheimer's disease, Medical News, Neurocognitive disorders, Neuroscience, Pharmaceuticals, World health
FDA may approve first novel Alzheimer’s drug in 20 years

The Food and Drug Administration is about to make one of its most divisive rulings in years, deciding on the destiny of an Alzheimer’s drug that might be the first

Biotechnology, Medical News, Neurocognitive disorders, Neuroscience
Language recovery in stroke patients can now be predicted using computer models of the brain

A group of researchers at Boston University are trying to figure out how the brain processes language and speech, as well as how to effectively rehabilitate those who have lost

Medical News, Mood disorders, Neuroscience
Waking up one hour earlier can lower a person’s chance of major depression by 23%, new research finds

A new genetic study published in the journal, JAMA Psychiatry, on May 26 found that waking up one hour earlier can lower a person’s chance of major depression by 23%. 

Biotechnology, Medical News, Neuroscience
Scientists can now cause mice to form instant bond using wireless device

In a first-of-its-kind study published by a research group out of Northwestern University, researchers have shown that they are capable of programming and deprogramming mice to form social bonds amongst