How Your Brain Invents Morality
Neurophilosopher Patricia Churchland explains her theory of how we evolved a conscience.
To Be More Creative, Cheer Up
The way to tap your inner Hemingway is not how you think.
This Physicist Is Trying to Make Sense of the Brain’s Tangled Networks
Danielle Bassett is part of a generation of physicists and mathematicians who are betting on new theories to capture the brain’s higher-order organization.
Meet the Rose Hip Cell, a New Kind of Neuron
Transcriptome sequencing technologies are opening the doors to a new era of cellular discovery, and not just in the brain.
New Evidence for the Necessity of Loneliness
A specific set of neurons deep in the brain may motivate us to seek company, holding social species together.
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