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Scientists Resurrect the Brain Four Hours After Death

Researchers of Yale School of Medicine have successfully resurrected the brains of pigs four hours after the animals had died.

Najafabad IAU Researcher Detects and Predicts Real Time of Epileptic Seizure

Morteza Behnam, researcher of Najafabad Islamic Azad University, has developed a method which can detect and predict the real time of epileptic seizure.

Scientists Reconstruct English Words from Neural Signals

Scientists from Brown University have successfully reconstructed English words from neural signals recorded in the brains of nonhuman primates.

Researchers Can Detect Lies

Researchers of Thayer School of Engineering have succeeded in developing a kind of framework which can detect deception.

New Genetic Brain Disease Discovered

Researchers of University of Manchester have recently discovered a genetic brain disease which can cause paraplegia and epilepsy in sufferers.

Researchers Find-Out How Brains Remember Things

Researchers from Oxford University have understood that learned knowledge is stored in different brain circuits.

Researchers Demonstrate How Brains Upgrading or Downgrading Pc

Researchers of National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) demonstrated that brain circuitry is responsible for upgrading or downgrading pain signals.

Iranian Researchers Discover How Brain Rhythms Organize Visual Perception

Researchers from Iran University of Science and Technology, German Primate Center -- Leibniz Institute of Primate Research in Göttingen, Germany, and the Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences in Tehran, Iran discovered the brain's specialized color and motion circuits use different frequencies to broadcast their output to brain areas that combine the various visual feature components into a unified percept.

Online Flashcard to Boost the Memory

FlipToMind (Web) is an online application for flashcards which can be used to level-up the memory.

Iran’s Representative Ranks 3rd in IBRO2019

Iranian representative in 2019 International Brain Bee (IBB) World Championship ranked 3rd in this competition.

Researchers Discover Reasons of being Left-Handedness

Researchers have found out that specific gene regions may appear to have some influence over left-handedness.

Scientists Discover Reason of Losing Speech in Language-Based Dementia

Scientists from Northwestern Medicine University have found out the location of dysfunctional brain networks that lead to impaired sentence production and word finding in primary progressive aphasia (PPA).

Researchers Claim that Diverse Linguistic Environment Boosts Brain Sensitivity to New Learning

Researchers of University of California, Irvine, have discovered that monolinguals living in a linguistically diverse environment may be reaping some rewards just by being in the vicinity of multiple languages.

Researchers Stimulate Optic Nerve to Aid the Blind

Scientists from EPFL in Switzerland and Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna have stimulated the optic nerve to to provide visual signals to the blind.

Researchers Discover New Drug to Treat Brain Cancer

Pharmacy students of the University of Findlay are working on a new groundbreaking treatment for one of the deadliest forms of the cancer.

Iranian Researchers Called for Building Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation System

Iranian researchers have been called for taking part in a competition for designing and building a non-invasive deep-brain stimulation system inside the country.

Researchers Using Smartphone to Manipulate Brain Cells

Researchers in Korea and the United States have invented a device that can control neural circuits using a tiny brain implant controlled by a smartphone.

Shahid Beheshti University Researchers Developing EBS to Cure Addiction and Obesity

Researchers of Shahid Beheshti University's Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences are making an attempt to develop devices for electrical brain stimulation (EBS) in order to cure addiction and obesity.

How Technologies Can Make the Memory Sharp Again?

According to Harvard Medical School, more than half of adults begin to struggle with age-related memory issues by age 60 therefore, how new technologies can play a role in slowing or reversing age-related memory loss.

Researchers Discover Link between Aging and Changes in Brain Networks Related to Cognition

Researchers at Duke-NUS Medical School believed that it is vital to understand brain changes over time that underlies both healthy and pathologic aging, in order to inform efforts to slow down cognitive aging."

Researchers closer to Unveil Mechanisms of Speech Processing in the Brain

Researchers of Oviedo's lab became closer to unraveling mechanisms of speech processing in the brain.

Iranian Researchers Produce Li-ion Battery for Brain Implant

Researchers of Amirkabir University of Technology have designed and made a lithium-ion battery for powering brain implants.

Iranian Researchers Make Domestic fNIRS Device

A professor of School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of University of Tehran has announced on making functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) device for the first time in the country.

Iranian Researchers Install New Computer Server for Brain Simulation

Iranian researchers have installed new calculation computer server to facilitate complicated brain simulation and processing brain images.

Scientists Claim Household Chores Can Keep Your Brain Young

Researchers of Boston University have claimed that household chores can help keep the brain young.

Scientists Develop Technique to Wind Memory Function Back 50 Years

Scientists at Boston University has outlined a non-invasive technique that was able to restore working memory in 70-year-old subjects, so much so they functioned like a healthy 20-year-old.

‘My Brain’ Opens in Tehran

Museum and science center for brain and cognitive sciences has opened on Wednesday at the Tehran Book Garden, north of the capital.

On the Occasion of 40th Anniversary of the Islamic Revolution

NBML Unveils 4 New Services

On the occasion of 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, National Brain Mapping Lab has unveiled four new services.

How Do Humans Think?

Researchers have recently presented a proposal about one of the most fundamental questions in neuroscience: How do humans think?

Helpful Brain Training Apps

As we age, our brain function decline and studies have suggested that keeping mentally active - particularly can help to maintain cognitive functioning.

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