Researchers suggest that eating ice cream for breakfast can boost mental health.
Scientists are making an appeal. They are encouraging people to donate their brains for research after they die.
Couples Sandy and Joan Weill announced a $185 million donation to the University of California in San Francisco (UCSF) for brain research hoping to remove the shame felt by the mental illness patients. They want to change the way the mental illness, sleep disorders and migraines are being approached by putting them together in one umbrella of neurosciences.
The brain is capable of reflecting on perceptual experiences and memories, however, these processes are not made possible by the same region suggests a new study.
The Human Brain Project, a neuroscience project experimented by 135 scientists in Europe aims to further research the understanding of the human brain.
Scientists in the UK plan to map developing nerve connections in babies' brains while still in the womb.
President Obama will unveil the details surrounding the BRAIN Initiative, a research study aiming to map out the pathways of the brain in order to understand brain diseases better.
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