Scientists created a brain-computer interface to observe the "offline" brain replaying neural firing patterns.
The findings could have uses beyond Alzheimer's disease, experts told "Newsweek."
Researchers describe the process that enabled them to make artificial equivalents of two types of neurons—hippocampal and respiratory. They hope that one day it could help treat people with damaged neurons.
Sleep problems can appear in those with Alzheimer's before memory problems show, a scientist told Newsweek.
Scientists have examined human brain cells to find out how they differ from rat brain cells.
A team from Massachusetts General Hospital has created one of the most advanced models of Alzheimer's disease ever seen.
The finding could have important implications for our understanding of how both normal learning and neurological disorders may occur.
Tinnitus can include not just ringing in the ears, but buzzing, hissing, whistling, swooshing or clicking.
For a century, scientists have relied on a fundamental assumption about the brain's neurons. New research shows it's wrong.
The enteric nervous system of the gut is largely a mystery, so a group of researchers devised a way to see directly into the stomachs of lab mice.