13 Jan 2012 PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — Scientists, health officials, and manufacturers already know that a chemical preservative found in some products, including cosmetics, is harmful to people and animals in high concentrations, but a new Brown University study… Read More ›
Public release date: 15-Aug-2011 New York, NY, August 15, 2011 – Regular exercise could help prevent brain damage associated with neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s, according to research published this month in Elsevier’s journal Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.
Publicreleasedate: 20-Dec-2010 – can run on a treadmill twice as long as a normal mouse by increasing its supply of acetylcholine Vanderbilt study could lead to new treatments for neuromuscular diseases Researchers at Vanderbilt University have “engineered” a mouse that… Read More ›
Public release date: 19-Oct-2010 – Chronic depression is an adaptive, reparative neurobiological process gone wrong – the debilitating mental state originates from more ancient mechanisms used by the body to deal with physical injury, such as pain, tissue repair –… Read More ›
As the science of brain stimulation forges ahead, neuroscientists and psychologists face tough ethical decisions The military has a genuine interest in brain stimulation research. Photograph: Alamy About five years ago, not long after I started up my research group… Read More ›