Star Neuroscience Foundation Enhances Access to Clinical Trials PR Web (press release) Star NeuroScience Foundation announced today an exclusive Georgia partnership with CureLauncher, the only organization that matches people to ALL enrolling...
Home Local Westdale grad says Brain Bee sparked an interest... Hamilton Spectator A 16-year-old Westdale graduate finished 11th out of 17 high school students at an international neuroscience competition.
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory - Founded in 1890, CSHL is a private, non-profit institution with research programs in cancer, neuroscience, plant biology, genomics, and bioinformatics and a broad educational mission.
VideoToday in Switzerland, the 135 members of the Human Brain Project gathered to kick off the 10 year global project that will give us a deeper and more meaningful understanding of how the human brain operates.
neurosciencestuff: “ Poor sleep quality may impact Alzheimer’s disease onset and progression. This is according to a new study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health...
How advances in neuroscience could transform our legal system. The End of Responsibility? Indeed, as the use of functional M.R.I. results becomes increasingly common in courtrooms, judges and juries may be asked to draw new and sometimes troubling lines between “normal” and “abnormal” brains. Ruben Gur, a professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, specializes in doing just that. Gur began his expert-witness career in the mid-1990s when a colleague asked him to help in the trial of a convicted serial killer in Florida named Bobby Joe Long. Known as the “classified-ad rapist,” because he would respond to classified ads placed by women offering to sell household items, then rape and kill them, Long was sentenced to death after he committed at least nine murders in Tampa. Gur was called as a national expert in positron-emission tomography, or PET scans, in which patients are injected with a solution containing radioactive markers that illuminate their brain activity. After examining Long’s PET scans, Gur testified that a motorcycle accident that had left Long in a coma had also severely damaged his amygdala. It was after emerging from the coma that Long committed his first rape.
Our brains are wired to connect - so it's no surprise we spend 56 billion minutes a month on the social network Excerpted from 'Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired To Connect' The popular conception of human nature emerging from psychology over the...
Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia seen in the elderly, is increasingly becoming a global healthcare challenge. There is still no cure, and therapies that slow symptom progression require early diagnosis to be effective.
Nobel Prize in medicine honors discoveries on how cells move 'cargo ... PBS NewsHour This lesson plan celebrates the recent Nobel Prize for Medicine award winners for their work on how cells move molecular “cargo”.
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