Primers take an in-depth look at basic principles of neuroscience.
Science history, lessons, and news are covered at these sites.
Reviews by eminent neuroscientists of specific areas of research, including normal function, disease, and new technologies.
News, events, and commentary on bridging neuroscience and education.
News and analysis on the implications of brain research.
The Dana Alliance provides brain and neuron models, posters, and related educational materials to neuroscience departments to be used for educational outreach programming at local schools, community centers, museums, summer camps, etc.
tightly is violence tied to mental illness? Not as tight as US journalism makes
it appear, researchers say.
People who stutter have no problems with memory,
syntax, grammar, word finding, or articulation. Scientists theorized that there
must be some extremely specific population of neurons somewhere in the brain
that are affected.
(Listen to Q&A with Ellen K. Silbergeld, Ph.D.)
While the problem of unsafe tap water in Flint, Michigan fueled outrage and better awareness in regard to the hazards of lead in tap water, the problem has existed in city after city for years in the US and in other countries. Our article examines the potentially harmful contaminants that have yet to be evaluated, much less regulated, as they pertain to brain development.
meditation is now established as a valid stress-reduction tool, backed by a
growing body of solid science illuminating its effects on the brain and health.
early, prospective study suggests that pinpointing where children are on a
scale of brain connectivity could tell doctors which child is at risk of
presented at the recent Pediatric Academic Societies meeting suggests that the
number of mental-health diagnoses among children with parents in the military
has increased in the past decade. Other research suggests that coordinated
medical care and specific social supports might help all children thrive.