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Yeah, I love playing piano. I play piano all the time to relax, and I’m really happy that I was able to use “Clair de Lune” ’cause it’s one of my favorite pieces. And to be able to incorporate it into my research is really exciting. Neuroscience informed me of… Continue Reading Applying Neuroscience and Music to Landscape Design

>>STEVE: Thanks for joining us. I’m Steve Hsu.>>COREY: And I’m Corey Washington and we’re your hosts for Manifold.>>COREY: Our guest today is Dr. Jason Snyder, Assistant Professor of Psychology and member of the Center for Brain Health at the university of British Columbia.>>COREY: Jason’s research focuses on neurogenesis and specifically… Continue Reading Jason Snyder on Neurogenesis – #24

This is Neo Mohsenvand. He’s a scientist who constantly records his life. It sums up to 18 hundred hours of video. But it’s not just video, he’s also recording his feelings – using these devices, which he wears every day. He calls it Mnemo and he thinks it will one… Continue Reading Wearable technology that records memories

One of the things that has been particularly interesting in the debate around how we treat kids, whether we treat them in the adult system, or in the juvenile system is the addition of neuroscience. And, neuroscience has come into the debate to help us understand a little bit more… Continue Reading Kim Taylor-Thompson on why neuroscience research is important in treating youthful offenders

Today we are here at the ICM, an important institute of neuroscience in Paris and we have come to celebrate 160 years since the birth of Augusta Dejerine Klumpke. We have been organizing this day for a year and it was composed of a conference that we held this morning… Continue Reading Celebrating Augusta Dejerine Klumpke

Translator: Timothy Covell Reviewer: Morton Bast The kind of neuroscience that I do and my colleagues do is almost like the weatherman. We are always chasing storms. We want to see and measure storms — brainstorms, that is. And we all talk about brainstorms in our daily lives, but we… Continue Reading Miguel Nicolelis: A monkey that controls a robot with its thoughts. No, really.

Norepinephrine, also known as noradrenaline, is a monoamine neurotransmitter, a term that refers its chemical structure and the fact that it’s derived from an amino acid. It is also a catecholamine, a term that again refers to its chemical structure and the fact that it contains a catechol nucleus. Norepinephrine… Continue Reading 2-Minute Neuroscience: Norepinephrine