A new study has used brain scans to look at why superagers' memory is less affected by ageing and finds similarities to 25-year-olds' brains.
U.S. regulators approved Biogen Inc's aducanumab as the first treatment to attack a likely cause of Alzheimer's disease despite controversy over evidence.
The UK's recent relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions has meant citizens are allowed to hug again. Hugs' relaxing effect has major benefits to our health.
Neurotech innovators often conflate neuroethics with legal compliance. But research shows that neuroethical design can be a powerful problem solving tool.
Researchers at MIT’s Center for Brains, Minds and Machines has discovered that humans need 3 critical capabilities to help solve physical problems.
Empathy can be developed through training. Here's why that makes good business sense - and how managers can start to create more empathetic workplaces.
Researchers at Yale University found that ineffectively dealing with stress can reduce our ability to deal with future stressful situations.
As lockdown and pandemic stress affect our mental health, there are simple ways to train your brain to be more resilient and feel more positive.
Researchers have been looking for differences in the brains of men and women for decades. However, neuroscientists are still unable to identify any consistent difference.
Cognitive biases can consciously or unconsciously influence our political opinions. These are some of the most common.
As everyone begins to settle into a ‘new’ way of working, we have an opportunity to consider this as a social experiment at scale and took take the time to identify any benefits.
People have reported they're having especially vivid dreams since the coronavirus pandemic, and sleep expert believes it could be due to the fact that there's a lot more information and e...
The way you talk to your baby – and how often you do it – can boost development and vocabulary, research shows.
Women are more at risk of concussions - with longer-lasting and worse symptoms, yet research has traditionally treated men and women's bodies as the same.
Through the use of community health connectors, Frome was able to reduce emergency hospital admissions by 14% over three years.