A new model offers insights into rhythms of brain activity.
Michael Greshko, Contributor
A look at why our brains tell us to keep scratching.
Marsha Lewis, Contributing Producer
When the suspense rises, your eyes stick to the screen.
Scientists have found a way to detect Alzheimer's disease using a patient's sense of smell.
It's really just your brain taking a shortcut.
Kirk Zamieroski, Contributor
Technology that links brain activity directly to movement.
Scientists find the route to listening is more complex than they thought.
Joel Shurkin, Contributor
Scientists have discovered how nerve cells stabilize visual images.
Lisa Marie Potter, Contributor
Differences in brain network connections might make southpaws less susceptible to some stroke damage.
Jyoti Madhusoodanan, Contributor
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