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Bombs' hidden impact: The brain war

2011-09-21T17:00:00-0400

Wartime explosions may be creating an epidemic of brain damage — and a major challenge for scientists.(image)



Experimental therapies for Parkinson's disease: Why fake it?

2011-08-10T12:00:00-0400

How 'sham' brain surgery could be killing off valuable therapies for Parkinson's disease.



Alzheimer's disease genes aid the search for preventive drugs

2011-07-22T13:41:05-0400

Proposed trials of candidate drugs before symptoms appear offer hope of more effective treatments.



Migration tracking reveals marine Serengeti

2011-06-22T17:00:53-0400

Decade of tagging has mapped predatorial pathways in the north Pacific Ocean.



City living marks the brain

2011-06-22T17:00:00-0400

Neuroscientists study social risk factor for mental illness.



The smell of a meat-eater

2011-06-20T19:00:00-0400

Chemical in urine alerts prey species to a nearby predator.



Wing hairs help to keep bats in the air

2011-06-20T19:00:00-0400

Receptors in the wing membrane sense aerodynamic conditions.



Underwater spiders use webs as 'gills'

2011-06-09T04:15:00-0400

Diving-bell webs act as oxygen exchangers, not just aqualungs.



Chimps give birth like humans

2011-04-19T23:01:00-0400

Humans are not alone in having infants that emerge facing backwards.



Neuroscience: Brain buzz

2011-04-13T16:00:00-0400

Scientists reviving a decades-old technique for brain stimulation have found that it can boost learning. So what else can be done with some wires and a nine-volt battery?



Muscular dystrophy findings fuel French stem cell debate

2011-03-31T16:44:00-0400

Work shows the value of human embryonic stem cells for disease research.



Young mammal hearts heal themselves

2011-02-24T19:00:00-0500

Organs in baby mice can recover from damage that occurs in the first week of life.



Antipsychotic drugs could shrink patients' brains

2011-02-07T21:00:00-0500

Experts say findings should not dramatically change current prescription practices.



Neuroscience: Thought experiment

2011-01-12T18:00:00-0500

Japanese hospitals are using near-infrared imaging to help diagnose psychiatric disorders. But critics are not sure the technique is ready for the clinic.



Left turn saves snails from snakes

2010-12-07T16:14:00-0500

Snail species evolved a 'counter-coil' to evade predators' uneven bite.