Challenge your brain with these exciting games and activities.
No need for goggles and lab coats—experiment virtually at the sites listed here.
Each March, we celebrate a week of celebrating the brain. Find out what events will be happening near you..
Resources to help plan a troop meeting about neuroscience.
Dana Foundation grantee Michael Lipton is
looking at the cumulative effect of heading impacts by monitoring changes in
brain structure and function with diffusion tensor imaging and cognitive tests.
Many researchers at a New York Academy of
Sciences symposium described a “nexus of nutrition, aging, and dementia.”
Wrong-headed teen behavior isn’t due necessarily a lack of knowing right from wrong, but rather an inability to hold back the wrong answer or behavior. One of our series of Reports on Progress.
A recent survey suggests that neuromyths are more pervasive
in the educational community than we might think, and this may work against
academic achievement. We investigate some of the most common myths, explaining
their scientific origins and realities. One of our series of briefing papers.
The researchers expect that such investigations
ultimately could offer insights into related neuroscientific issues such as the
neural origins of hallucinated voices in schizophrenia and the delusional sense
of being controlled by someone else.
Increasing enthusiasm from the science community and the
public has led to the expansion of Brain Awareness Week to five continents. We
look back on the campaign’s evolution.