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gruntvegan Jul 23
Blow to the human ego, for those that pride themselves on their superior intellect to other living beings. Scientists conclude connectivity is equal among all mammals. MRI study reveals all mammals, including humans, share equal brain connectivity
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MIT Technology Review Pakistan Jul 24
A team of Stanford researchers has developed an optical technique that can simultaneously record the activity of spread across the entire top surface of a mouse’s cerebral cortex, a key part of the involved in making . Read more:
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Fadi Jacob Jul 28
Excited to share our on investigating neurotropism using human stem cell-derived neural cells and region-specific !
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Hashem Al-Ghaili Jul 26
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EL UNIVERSAL English Jul 29
Did you know a study found that a daily dose of can help you keep your ? ☕️
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Maiyro - Blogging Community Jul 29
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FFBO Jul 28
The new iteration of the FlyBrainLab interactive computing platform interface is coming soon! NeuroMynerva V2 features improved workflow, capability to switch between multiple datasets of larval and adult , and more!
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Behind Your Behavior Jul 28
Episode Six is releasing this Thursday at 3pm EST! 🧠 Dr. Anjan Chatterjee is a Professor of Neurology, Psychology, and Architecture and the founding director of the Penn Center for Neuroaesthetics.
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Pam Zirkel Jul 25
Let’s think of not as the right to do as we please, but as the to do what is right 👍🏻 is the greatest gift of the mind It requires the same effort of the that it takes to balance oneself and a 🚴‍♂️ ☀️😎
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Michael Gaebler Jul 29
A short thread: We asked whether acute changes structure This had been shown in rodent studies. In humans, acute stress alters brain function & rapid structural plasticity was shown after training. "You never use the same brain twice"
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Fabienne Fox Jul 27
Excited to present our findings from the on the relation between physical and structure at the .
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Dr. S. Duke Han Jul 27
1/5: This one means a lot to me. In collab with the great : Self-reported experiences of discrimination in older black adults are associated with insula functional connectivity
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Ajay Narendra Jul 23
Our latest paper is out . By anaesthetising specific regions we show that require mushroom body vertical lobes for view based navigation in their natural world. with Frances Kamhi, Andy Barron
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Michael Gaebler Jul 27
Poster sessions at virtual conferences don't preserve the important element of random encounters Marie Uhlig, PhD cand. , recently presented our work at Rapid changes following acute psychosocial poster PDF+3-min MP3🔊:
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Human Brain Project Jul 30
A centerpiece of EBRAINS’ human brain atlas is presented in “Science” "Julich-Brain" is the name of the first 3D-atlas of the human that reflects the variability of the brain’s structure with microscopic resolution. ➡️ Read more:
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Jon Lieff MD Jul 29
Dr. Lieff's new book The Secret Language of Cells -- "a new paradigm for understanding health & disease". Andrew Weil --"a must read for anyone seeking to understand modern biology & advanced medical science", Ray Kurzweil UnshortenRe-shorten
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Riboku Deserves Better Jul 23
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You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain 🧠🦇
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