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They're slow, spineless and slimy but if you think you don't have much in common with a snail, think again. Researchers are learning a surprising amount about the human brain by studying snails...

Michigan State University has been helping local high school students prepare for the upcoming Brain Bee, with a series of weekend workshops. The latest was Brain Sparks, supported by ...

Education is really important to everyone here - it's great to think that we can help teachers help students towards a career in life sciences - and every so often, we like to...

Novel signaling pathway demonstrated, involved in the pathogenesis of pulmonary artery hypertension. Possibility for future therapeutic interventions of pulmonary artery hypertension.

For a third year running, ADInstruments has sponsored the annual "Teaching and Research in Neuroscience for Development in Africa" (TReND) summer schools at Kampala International University (KIU),...

Bar-headed geese are known for their exceptional feats of physical endurance. Their unique physiology is the focus of an international research team led by Prof. Peter Frappell (University of...

Study finds that several markers of stress can be significantly reduced with 15 minutes of daily office-based yoga.

A new approach to electrophysiological recordings in awake and free moving cats using combined video-tracking and wireless biopotential signals, including: LFP, MUA, EOG, EMG.

New study shows lower heart rate and blood pressure variability in pre-term babies, pointing to autonomic maturation deficits as a possible risk factor for SIDS.    

This study demonstrates a reliable and novel protocol for obtaining SBP and HR from freely moving rats using the tail-cuff method, suitable for deducing both small and substantial changes in blood...

Understanding the connection between brain circuits involved in smell and memory has practical importance, but only if the response patterns are understood. Cinnamon scrolls anyone? 

The aim of this study was to test the performance of a novel shape-memory alloy surgical clip, designed to be delivered by injection though a fine gauge needle.

Researchers discover that simple associative learning is possible during sleep in humans.   

Findings of this study suggest that there is greater flexibility in hypertrophy-specific repetition load ranges than commonly advocated.

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