Memory formation is closely tied to our emotions. Could we use our emotions to mold our memories? by Isabelle Guo, … More
Midterms and Caffeine: A Match Made in the Brain
by Athina Sitou, Contributing Writer Why does getting a hot cup of tea or coffee make studying feel more enjoyable? … More
Why don’t we touch things with our head?
by Selina Zhao, Contributing Writer Have you ever wondered why babies unintentionally touch dangerous things with their hands? Or why … More
Making new brain cells to fight cell death in Alzheimer’s Disease
by Alina He Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia and affects an estimated 50 million worldwide … More
What Is The Human Brain Project?
(image: Greg Dunn – wired.com) In 2013, the Human Brain Project (HBP) was granted €1-billion by the European Commission’s Future … More
First Language Shapes Later Processing Patterns In The Brain
By Leanne Louie Whether you still speak it or not, your first language dictates the way your brain processes … More
The Cognitive Neuroscience of Deception
Truth about lies, the highest governing process Ji Yun Shin We have probably encountered many troubling scenarios in life where … More
Start your school year at one of these science events in September!
General Soup and Science @ the Redpath Museum: the 16th edition of this Faculty of Science tradition will be held September … More