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Implants offer hope for patients with brain injuries

Jaimie Henderson’s lab is developing some of the most advanced brain-machine interfaces in the world, and leading clinical trials to bring them to patients.

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David Eagleman on synesthesia and why we’re all trapped in our own reality

Neuroscientist David Eagleman on synesthesia, sensory substitutions, and why we’re all trapped inside our own reality.

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Why sleep keeps us young

Sleep is so critical to our health, we spend a third of our lives unconscious. What happens when we can’t get enough of it?

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What ant behavior can teach us about the human brain

Individually they look like they’re bumbling around without a plan; collectively they accomplish something pretty complex. Here’s what ants can teach us about neurons in the human brain.

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I hear you

Neuro-linguist Laura Gwilliams breaks down how the brain makes meaning from the sounds of speech on this episode of From Our Neurons to Yours.

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The ‘magic molecule’ produced when we exercise

A molecule produced when we exercise appears to be linked to health benefits like appetite regulation and improved learning and memory. Chemist Jonathan Z. Long explains in this episode of From our Neurons to Yours.

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Unraveling the mysteries of brain fog

Michelle Monje discusses the persistent symptom that often plagues long-COVID patients in this episode of From Our Neurons to Yours.

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What if we could follow the development of neurological circuits in real time?

New technologies may soon make it possible for scientists to follow the development of neurological circuits in real time.

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Parenting lessons from frogs and spiders

Biologist Lauren O’Connell shares the neuroscience behind familial bonds across the animal kingdom in this episode of From Our Neurons to Yours.

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Erin Gibson on why circadian rhythms deserve respect

Erin Gibson explains why circadian rhythms deserve respect on this episode of From Our Neurons to Yours, a new podcast from the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute.

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