The left and right hemispheres of Albert Einstein's brain were unusually well connected to each other and may have contributed to his brilliance, according to a new study conducted in part by Florida State University evolutionary anthropologist Dean Falk.
Whether you're reading the paper or thinking through your schedule for the day, chances are that you're hearing yourself speak even if you're not saying words out loud.
CGC has introduced the Plug, a small adapter designed to act like a central "brain" across multiple devices.
Scientists have created a virtual model of the brain that daydreams like humans do.
BrickPi - which recently surfaced on Kickstarter - is a platform that converts a standard Raspberry Pi into a robot.
Engineers at Brown University have developed a wireless, broadband fully implantable brain sensor that is rechargeable, and has performed well in animal models for more than a year.
Humans have at least two functional networks in their cerebral cortex that aren't found in rhesus monkeys, and which appear to be unique.
Researchers at the University of Waterloo, Canada, have built the world’s most sophisticated artificial brain to date.
The universe may be structured a lot like the human brain and even the internet, and similar laws may govern its growth.
Scientists have examined newly-discovered photographs of Albert Einstein's brain, and discovered several unusual features that they say may help explain his genius.
Complex brains evolved much earlier than previously believed, the discovery of a 520-million-year-old fossilized arthropod has shown.
University of Sydney researchers have shown that brainless slime molds can remember where they've been and navigate a maze using excreted chemicals as a memory system.
UK scientists at the Universities of Sheffield and Sussex have kicked off an ambitious project to produce the first accurate computer model of a honey bee brain.
Researchers at Uppsala University in Sweden have determined that emotional memories can be effectively erased from the human brain.
The neuroscience professor who three years ago succeeded in storing information in slices of brain tissue has now been able to do the same thing for different types of memory.
A newly-discovered protein in the semen of all mammals - including humans - prompts females to ovulate through a direct effect on the brain.
A new device can enable people who are completely unable to speak or move to manage unscripted back-and-forth conversation.
Neurologists have modeled the damage caused to a man's brain when a three-foot metal bar was driven through his head - over 160 years after the accident happened.
The US military has deployed an advance simulator to help special ops forces improve situational awareness, multiple target tracking and decision-making efficiency.
University of California Los Angeles researchers have discovered that meditation physically alters the brain, possibly allowing it to process information more quickly.