Good leadership is a curious thing. Lots of brilliant minds have tried to describe it, and lots of feeble minds have misunderstood it. The subject is made more difficult because people use words like charismatic, visionary and brilliant to describe some people who have...
Doris Day, clinical associate professor of dermatology at New York University, explains there is a mathematical...
With less sleep, normal aging-related structural changes in the brain progress slightly faster in middle-aged and older people, according to a new brain imaging study. Sleep troubles are more common with age, and shrinkage of certain brain structures is normal. But for...
Researchers led by neuroscientist Martin Lotze from the University of Greifswald in Germany have used functional magnetic resonance scanners to get a sneak peek of what happens in the brains of professional and nonexperienced writers when they are working on a story.
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Building a brain sounds like a worthy goal, one that makes it seem as though the future is within reach. Figuring out how our pesky old brains actually work has lots of potential benefits: We could learn more efficiently, cure mental illnesses or even build smart robots....
A simple change in electric charge may make the difference between someone getting the medicine they need and a trip to the emergency room — at least if a new study bears out. Researchers investigating the toxicity of particles designed to ferry drugs inside the body...
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