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Paralyzed, yet walking

Paralyzed, yet walking

How technology helped a paralyzed woman use her legs and walk down the aisle

By | Posted June 3, 2014

AUDIO: What's it like to float in sensory deprivation?

AUDIO: What’s it like to float in sensory deprivation?

Alexandra Ossola has an intimate experience with her own mind, in the name of science.

By | Posted April 4, 2014

What is real?

What is real?

Neurobiologist André Fenton is on a lifelong quest to answer that very question

By | Posted March 7, 2014

Is the brain hard-wired for pain?

Is the brain hard-wired for pain?

Analysis of white matter sheds new light on chronic pain

By | Posted November 4, 2013

Experimental Art

Experimental Art

An unlikely collaboration draws on the neuroscience of perception.

By | Posted July 30, 2013

Last laugh

Last laugh

What evolution can tell us about why we laugh

By | Posted May 8, 2013

Shiny happy neurons

Shiny happy neurons

Researchers look down a different path for new antidepressants

By | Posted January 14, 2013

“Okay, but just remind me”

“Okay, but just remind me”

Scientists are figuring out the mechanism behind “chemo brain”

By | Posted December 18, 2012

Getting inside your head

Getting inside your head

How the beauty of brain imaging gives us a peek at what’s really going on in there

By | Posted December 14, 2012

Soothing the savage beast

Soothing the savage beast

Researchers explore animals’ musical preferences

By | Posted November 10, 2012

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