Neuroscience is a multidisciplinary field that focuses on the study of the nervous system. It is a branch of science that combines biology, psychology, and medicine to understand how the brain and nervous system work. Neuroscientists use a wide range of techniques to study the structure and function of the nervous system, from studying single neurons to understanding how the brain processes information. Many advances in neuroscience have been made in recent years, from understanding the underlying causes of neurological disorders to developing new treatments for them. Here, you can find news and articles about the latest advances in neuroscience, as well as videos that explain neuroscience concepts in an easy-to-understand way.
AI and the ruliad in the Wolfram Physics Project provide a new way to consider how alien minds might perceive the world. Stephen Wolfram explains how this artificial neuroscience experiment works.
Advances in network neuroscience see the brain as a small-world system. Our study explores using quantum annealers for community detection in brain connectomes. Quantum methods show higher modularity than classical algorithms, promising efficient network analysis.
Scientists at NTNU's Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience in Norway have discovered a pattern of activity in the brain that serves as a template for building sequential experiences.
Professor Andra Smith, from the School of Psychology at the Faculty of Social Sciences, has combined her research and her personal experience with mindfulness to teach the course Neuroscience of Mindfulness: Neurons to Wellness.