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Science - Biology - Neuroscience Science - Biology - Neuroscience "Over the past several years, scientists have looked deeper into how brains age and confirmed that they continue to develop through and beyond middle age." "Many longheld views, including the one that 40 percent of brain cells are lost, have been overturned. What is stuffed into your head may not have vanished but has simply been squirreled away in the folds of your neurons."
MacLean Fitzgerald | January 3, 2014 It’s time to say happy birthday to our beloved crossword puzzle! The first one was published 100 years ago. In this short video about the crossword’s centennial, Mo Rocca interviews New York Times puzzle writer Will Shortz and Dan Feyer, four-time champion of the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament and the best solver in the country. […] MacLean Fitzgerald | December 12, 2013

BrainConnection: The Brain and Learning

BrainConnection: The Brain and Learning
Brain, Brain Information, Facts, News, Photos -- National Geogra Making sense of the brain's mind-boggling complexity isn't easy. What we do know is that it's the organ that makes us human, giving people the capacity for art, language, moral judgments, and rational thought. It's also responsible for each individual's personality, memories, movements, and how we sense the world. All this comes from a jellylike mass of fat and protein weighing about 3 pounds (1.4 kilograms). It is, nevertheless, one of the body's biggest organs, consisting of some 100 billion nerve cells that not only put together thoughts and highly coordinated physical actions but regulate our unconscious body processes, such as digestion and breathing. The brain's nerve cells are known as neurons, which make up the organ's so-called "gray matter."

Brain, Brain Information, Facts, News, Photos -- National Geogra

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Genes to Cognition Online

Genes to Cognition Online

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