Latest Human brain Stories
A new study by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) shines new light on how the human brain can recognize faces, as well as how it can discern actual faces from face-like images or objects.
There's a 3-D world in our brains.
Imagine listening to music while carrying on a conversation with friends.
An essential question confronting neuroscientists and computer vision researchers alike is how objects can be identified by simply "looking" at an image.
Smithsonian researchers report that the brains of tiny spiders are so large that they fill their body cavities and overflow into their legs.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) may progress from the outermost layers of the brain to its deep parts, and isn't always an "inside-out" process as previously thought, reported a new collaborative study from researchers at the Mayo Clinic and the Cleveland Clinic.
Neuroimaging has provided fascinating insight into the dynamic nature of human brain maturation.
How the human brain and human cognitive abilities evolved in less than six million years has long puzzled scientists.
While researchers have long known that the left hemisphere of the human brain is critical in the process of producing and decoding semantics and language, the intricacies have largely remained a mystery.
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