How might people with cataracts see the world differently? What about someone with a refractive error like astigmatism? In this infographic, KN Illustrator Gil Torten explores how different eye conditions… Read more
Artículo original: Neuro Primer: Aging, Gabrielle Torre
Traducido por Daniela Semerjian
¿Qué le sucede al cerebro en el envejecimiento?
El envejecimiento normal viene con muchos cambios en la estructura… Read more
Artículo original: Neuro Primer: Cerebral Organoids, Caitlin Aamodt
Traducido por Sebastián Martínez.
Esto podría sonar como algo que el Dr. Frankenstein envidiaría, pero ahora los científicos pueden crear organoides… Read more
How does the octopus see the world? Learn about the differences between the human retina and the octopus retina in our latest infographic.
An insightful infographic written and illustrated by… Read more
From Nov 30th until Dec 11th, academics, investors, and entrepreneurs from across the globe will meet virtually at NeuroTech 2020: The Digital Congress for NeuroTech Innovation & Growth.
Knowing Neurons… Read more
Attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by abnormal levels of impulsive and hyperactive behaviors which occurs in both children and adults. Symptoms appear around 3-… Read more
Anyone who has spent time around teenagers knows they don’t always consider the full consequences of their actions. Just consider the dozens of YouTube videos involving falling dressers or fireworks… Read more
he term “hive mind” refers to the apparent intelligence that emerges at the group level in some social species, particularly insects like honeybees and ants. An individual honeybee might not… Read more
he brain is perhaps the most complex machine in the Universe. It consists of two cerebral hemispheres, each with many different modules. Fortunately, all these separate parts are not autonomous… Read more
A family curse
During the early 1980’s, an Italian physician was investigating a mysterious and dreadful disease that had long plagued his family. In earlier generations, this disease had killed… Read more
Magritte’s comments on our fascination with the unknown rings true not just in artistic surrealism, but also in many of our scientific research endeavors. The human mind is continually fascinated… Read more
Epigenetics change which genes are active and which are inactive. Research over the past few years has shown that these changes are important for protecting the brain from neurodegeneration and… Read more
It’s easy to find information on the internet — especially information that confirms what you already believe to be true. Through search engine bias, your Facebook newsfeed bubble, and confirmation… Read more