human brain

Engineers link brains to computers using 3D printed implants

Engineers link brains to computers using 3D printed implants

The technology promises the great potential to bring new medical treatments for injuries to the nervous system based on a fusion of biolo...Read More

Scents can alter how our brain processes memories

Scents can alter how our brain processes memories

Over time, especially when we sleep, the set of brain cells that holds onto a particular memory reactivates and reorganises.

Men’s brains diminish faster than women’s

Men’s brains diminish faster than women’s

New York: While the human brain tends to shrink with age, men’s brains diminish faster than women’s which may explain why the fairer sex ...Read More

Brain works backwards to retrieve memories

Brain works backwards to retrieve memories

London: When we remember a past event, the human brain reconstructs that experience in reverse order, according to a study which could he...Read More

Can brain mapping and fingerprint technology actually tell you something about your child’s future?

Can brain mapping and fingerprint technology actually tell you something about your child’s future?

One of the toughest jobs on this planet is being a parent; however, even tougher is being a child and a student! They say a child’s brain...Read More

This artificial intelligence model mimics human brain

This artificial intelligence model mimics human brain

New York: A team of US researchers has developed an “artificial synapse” that does not process information like a digital computer but ra...Read More

EGO AND SUPER EGO

EGO AND SUPER EGO

Man is still in a transitional stage. Little more he has to jump and he becomes that for which he has been created. Human brain and heart...Read More

You have better-connected brain if you are creative

You have better-connected brain if you are creative

Washington: Highly creative people have significantly more white matter connections between the right and left hemispheres of the brain, ...Read More

Study reveals how musicians brain processes while playing an instrument

Study reveals how musicians brain processes while playing an instrument

Washington: A recent study has provided an insight into how a musician’s brain works while playing an instrument.When musicians play inst...Read More

Human brain predisposed to racial bias: study

Human brain predisposed to racial bias: study

London: Human brain responds more strongly to negative depiction of ethnic or religious minorities, according to a new study which shows ...Read More

Greed and fear hinders teamwork

Greed and fear hinders teamwork

London: While working on a project, have you noticed someone who does not align with the team and remains obstructive throughout?

Link between autism and sense of touch more complex: Study

Link between autism and sense of touch more complex: Study

London: Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are either over- or under-sensitive to sensory information.

Your brain is better at math that you think it is

Your brain is better at math that you think it is

New York: We may not know it but our brains are actually pretty good at math and they constantly perform complicated calculations to make...Read More

Painkillers without deadly side effects developed

Painkillers without deadly side effects developed

Los Angeles: Scientists, including one of Indian origin, have created a new drug that blocks pain without triggering potentially deadly s...Read More

Simple brain scan could help improve Parkinson’s treatment

Simple brain scan could help improve Parkinson’s treatment

New York: Researchers have discovered that tracking changes in five brain areas linked to movement and balance with a simple non-invasive...Read More

How societal co-operation led to larger human brain

How societal co-operation led to larger human brain

London: A team of researchers has found that judging other people in social groups and deciding whether or not to cooperate with them has...Read More

‘Brain stimulation may curb food cravings’

‘Brain stimulation may curb food cravings’

Toronto: Noninvasive stimulation of a specific area of the brain may reduce food cravings – particularly for high-calorie diet, new resea...Read More

Brain plays key role in gauging errors

Brain plays key role in gauging errors

New York: The key element in our decision-making that serves to both gauging errors and revising our approach is confidence, suggested a ...Read More

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Humans don’t perceive world as it really is

London: We do not perceive the world as it really is or as we expect it to be, but somewhere in between, say researchers, reports IANS. I...Read More

How brain controls our breathing discovered

How brain controls our breathing discovered

London,: Scientists have discovered how the brain controls our breathing in response to changing oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in the ...Read More

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