Combining robotics and the human brain, together we can beat paralysis as these scientists from France are demonstrating with an exoskeleton suit that uses brain signals to control a four...
Research shows children living in polluted cities have increased risk of Alzheimer's and cognitive decline.
Whilst mainly used in the entertainment and gaming industry, VR technology could have practical uses such as for medical professionals and those in dangerous workplace environments.
An algorithm developed to study the structure of galaxies helps explain a key feature of embryonic development.
A new study published in Psychological Review, details a computer model that may explain why we are able to describe emotional memories in some detail, even after a long time.
Our emotional brain has had little help from technology to-date - but AI has the power to change that. Here's why designing more empathic, human-centred AI presents the largest opportunit...
Sometimes you need to take a step back from your work to realise that it's become too much. Burnout is a real thing. This is how to spot it.
With many successful people connecting reading to their good fortune, these are just some of the benefits of picking up a book.
More and more genetic hacks exist to increase our cognitive abilities. But could eliminating all mental illnesses rob us of vital neurodiversity?
MIT neuroscientists are exploring how the brain handles hierarchical decision-making processes that involve breaking down a larger decision into smaller ones that each carry a degree of u...
Researchers now believe that by manipulating neural pathways in the hippocampus they could one day reduce the negative memories associated with traumatic events.
Exercise and sleep are often thought to help those with depression, but they might not work for everyone.
According to a new paper, society’s expectations about gender roles alter the human brain at the cellular level.
Studies have shown that a sense of humor can improve your mental and physical health, boost your attractiveness, and improve your leadership skills.
Active people feel just as good as those who don't do sports, but who earn around $25,000 more a year, say researchers at Yale and Oxford.