‘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.

Iran, Austria Ink MoU to Cooperate in Brain Mapping

Iran National Brain Mapping Laboratory (NBML) and University of Vienna have signed a cooperation Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to stay on the edge of science and be in touch with top universities and scholars around the world.

Scientists Create First-Ever Brain-to-Brain Network for Thought Exchange

Researchers have built a system called BrainNet which allows an actual exchange of thoughts between the brains.

Researchers New Discovery Protects Against Brain Tumors

Researchers have discovered harmful proteins to prevent certain types of brain tumors.

Learn Fast Through Daydreaming

Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin has explained that social media and multitasking can ruin the study time.

Tehran to Hold Brain and Recognition Summer School

The 5th Summer School of Brain and Cognition (Especially for the secretaries and members of the Central Council of Scientific-Student Associations) will be held in Tehran on September 1-7, 2018.

Iranian Researchers Develop Electrocorticography System to Record Brain Nerve Signals

Researchers from K. N. Toosi University of Technology have developed an electrocorticography system that can record better and clear brain nerve signals.

Why Some People Are Pessimistic?

MIT neuroscientists have investigated the region of the brain may be inducing pessimistic decisions.

National Brain-mapping Laboratory, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad Ink MoU

The national brain-mapping laboratory and Ferdowsi University of Mashhad have signed a cooperation Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to develop education, research, and technology activities for promotion of the brain-mapping area.

Mobile Phone Radiation May Affect Memory Performance

Scientists at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) have studied nearly 700 adolescents in Switzerland and claimed that Radiofrequency electromagnetic fields may have adverse effects on the development of memory performance of specific brain regions exposed during mobile phone use.

Scientists Discover Potential 'Achilles Heel' in Brain Cancer

Scientists at Virginia Commonwealth University have discovered an "Achilles heel" of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), the most common and deadly form of brain cancer.

Scientists Develop AI System to Predict IQ From Brain Scans

Scientists from California Institute of Technology, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the University of Salerno in the US, have developed an artificial intelligence system that can tell how smart a person is just by looking at a scan of the individual's brain.

UV Exposure Boosts Mouse Brainpower, Study Shows

Researchers have recently discovered that, in mice, exposure to UV light could activate a molecular pathway that increases production of the brain chemical glutamate.

Scientists Identify a Unique Brain Signal to Treat Parkinson’s

Researchers from bionics researcher Hugh McDermott from the Bionics Institute in Australia, affiliated with the University of Melbourne have discovered lightning strikes that might affect the systems used for deep brain stimulation (DBS) in Parkinson’s patients and possibly the implants themselves, and particular safety measures should be taken.

Clever People Have Bigger, Better Brain Cells

Scientists of the Free University Amsterdam have discovered that intelligent people have bigger (and better) brain cells than others.

Iran NBML, Vienna Medical University Ink MOU

The National Brain Mapping Laboratory (NBML) of Iran and the department of neurology of Vienna Medical University have signed a cooperation memorandum of understanding (MOU).

Two Different Brain Systems Cooperate in Learning Process

Researchers have found out that two different brain systems work cooperatively in learning process and focused on the interplay of two very different modes of learning a new task: reinforcement learning and working memory.

AI Could Be “Billions of Times Smarter” Than Humans, Futurist Says

Artificial intelligence could be “billions of times smarter” than humans a futurist told CNBC on Tuesday.

Study Shows Anxiety Could Be an Early Manifestation of Alzheimer's

Scientists have found out that anxiety symptoms could be a dynamic marker of the disease's early stages.

Director of Iran’s Brain Bank

400 Enroll for Brain Donation Program

The director of Iran’s brain bank, Dr. Mohammad Taghi Jaghataei, has stated that Iran's first brain bank was created at Iran University of Medical Sciences, in Tehran, to promote research on diseases pertaining to the neurological system including Alzheimer's and Multiple Sclerosis.

Neurology Department of Npistanbul Brain Hospital Named as “Prof. Madjid Samii”

The Neurology Department of Npistanbul Brain Hospital has been named as “Prof. Madjid Samii”, Iranian scientist and brain surgeon famous world-renowned scientist.

Bilingual Brains Process Differently Depending on the Language Used

A research team led by Dr. Amandine Van Rinsveld and Professor Dr. Christine Schiltz from the Cognitive Science and Assessment Institute (COSA) at the University of Luxembourg have investigated the effect of multilingual people in solving arithmetical tasks.

Researchers Link a Human Brain to the Internet

Researchers and biomedical engineers at Wits University in Johannesburg, South Africa have developed a way to connect a human brain to the internet in real time.

Researchers Design a Game Controlled With Mind

Neurable, a small start-up founded by Ramses Alcaide, an electrical engineer and neuroscientist, has designed a game which can be controlled by mind.

Human Teeth and Brain Evolution Were Not Linked

Researchers at George Washington University's Center for the Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology (CASHP) have found our brains and teeth did not evolve simultaneously .

Brains Can Recover Some 'Lost' Memories

Scientists have discovered that small jolts of electricity to the brain (specifically, a pulse of transcranial magnetic stimulation) can revive recent memories.

'Human Brains Have Unique 'Fingerprint

Researchers of Carnegie Mellon University have proven that the human brain is as unique as ones fingerprint.

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