A non-invasive cap stimulates parts of the brain via electric currents.
The seat of fear may be in a different place than previously thought.
A misunderstood area of the brain could be helping you understand where you are and what you are doing right now.
The neuroscience of rap is fascinating and shows that it's a lot more than just musical rhymes.
Your first sexual experience before puberty can change your body and brain.
Eden was submerged in 5 degree Celsius water for 15 minutes and was unresponsive after being resuscitated.
Its creators hope the instrument could improve life for people living with disabilities.
Study of menstrual cycle indicates hormones do not impair women's cognitive abilities.
Scientists are getting an ever-better understanding of the working memory, and are looking for was to improve it.
People who drank 14 to 21 units per week were three times more likely to have damage to the part of the brain involved in memory and spatial navigation.
Scientists could predict how quickly a pair of prairie voles would start getting close to each other and suggest the study could have applications for human bonding.
Experiments show people who are more "open" are more creative, and these people have different visual experiences, experiments show.
New study also disproves a theory about dyslexia.
Even though scientists have discovered genes linked to intelligence, trying to use genetics to create a super intelligent animal would still carry huge risks.
The Peabody Essex Museum wants to use brain science to help offer transformative experiences for its visitors.
Science debunks the myth that humans have a poor sense of smell.
Researchers looking at the therapeutic potential of psychedelic drugs found increased neural signals in the brain scans of people given them.
U.S. neurobiologist Larry Cahill says researchers ignore critical differences between men and women's brains.
This is the period when we lay down memories and store information, researchers said.
The new brain implant could be used to help paralyzed people walk again.
Brain scans are often used to prove that women are "not as good" as their male counterparts.
The launch of the International Brain Initiative at the U.N. General Assembly marks a turning point for brain science.
A startling number of convicted criminals have a history of traumatic brain injury—but neither they nor their doctors nor law enforcement knows it.