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Earlier diagnosis and treatment to keep the debilitating disease at bay will help families and victims prepare for the inevitable.
The choices made by fruit fly larvae may provide basic understanding of how animals make decisions.
Oxytocin may make you more trusting, but is that a good thing?
Can brain science help determine the fates of adolescents accused of violent crimes?
- Asks Bailey from New York
At a meeting of Brooklyn's Secret Science Club, neuroscientist and composer Dave Sulzer explains how our brains compose music — even when we're completely unaware of it.
Listening to the brain to understand hand-eye coordination.
NYU researchers track mind and body for early signs of memory decline.
The Unanticipated New Use Of Avandia
- asks Jessica from San Francisco
An NYU professor’s career has taken him from the brain’s evolution to the future of drug delivery.
Stem cell scientist Hynek Wichterle tackles Lou Gehrig’s disease in a privately-funded lab outside the public eye.
People with memory complaints may be losing gray matter in their brains.
Forget chess -- this AI has mastered a classic parlor game.