19 October 2012 See report Here A European team of scientists have built the first atlas of white-matter microstructure in the human brain. The project’s final results have the potential to change the face of neuroscience and medicine over the coming decade. The work relied on groundbreaking MRI technology and was funded by the EU’s … Read more
Scary food: Commodifying culinary heritage as meal adventures in tourism Szilvia Gyimóthy1 and Reidar Johan Mykletun2 1Department of Service Management, Lund University/Campus Helsingborg, Box 882, 25108 Helsingborg, Sweden, firstname.lastname@example.org 2Department of Service Management, Lund University/Campus Helsingborg, Box 882, 25108 Helsingborg, Sweden Abstract This article portrays the changing status and use of a traditional Norwegian meal, … Read more
Prediction of Cognitive decline via PET of Brain β-Amyloid and Tau Levels in Adults With Down Syndrome
Positron Emission Tomography of Brain β-Amyloid and Tau Levels in Adults With Down Syndrome Science daily article Dr. Linda D. Nelson, PhD, Dr. Prabha Siddarth, PhD, Dr. Vladimir Kepe, PhD, Mr. Kevin E. Scheibel, BS, Dr. S. C. Huang, PhD, Dr. Jorge R. Barrio, PhD, and Dr. Gary W. Small, MD Departments of Psychiatry and … Read more
NPG Article Weight Loss Can Be Contagious Young adults’ performance in a low intensity weight loss campaign.
Degeneration of corpus callosum and recovery of motor function after stroke: A multimodal magnetic resonance imaging study. Hum Brain Mapp. 2011 Oct 22. doi: 10.1002/hbm.21417. [Epub ahead of print] Degeneration of corpus callosum and recovery of motor function after stroke: A multimodal magnetic resonance imaging study. Wang LE, Tittgemeyer M, Imperati D, Diekhoff S, Ameli … Read more
Influencia del grado de somnolencia, cantidad y calidad de sueño sobre el rendimiento académico en adolescentes.
Adolescents Who Sleep Better Score Higher in Math and Physical Education http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/10/111020025758.htm University of Granada (2011, October 20). Adolescents who sleep better score higher in math and physical education. ScienceDaily. Retrieved November 22, 2011, from http://www.sciencedaily.com /releases/2011/10/111020025758.htm PDF http://redalyc.uaemex.mx/src/inicio/ArtPdfRed.jsp?iCve=33715423004
Longitudinal Development of Human Brain Wiring Continues from Childhood into Adulthood Catherine Lebel and Christian Beaulieu Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2V2, Canada Author contributions: C.L. and C.B. designed research; C.L. and C.B. performed research; C.L. and C.B. analyzed data; C.L. and C.B. wrote the paper. Abstract Healthy human brain … Read more
Novel Cryo-Imaging technique of GBM’s Microenvironment Reveals Migration and Dispersal Pathways in Vivid 3D Detail
Novel Cryo-Imaging of the Glioma Tumor Microenvironment Reveals Migration and Dispersal Pathways in Vivid Three-Dimensional Detail Susan M. Burden-Gulley1, Mohammed Q. Qutaish2, Kristin E. Sullivant2, Hong Lu2, Jing Wang2, Sonya E.L. Craig1, James P. Basilion2,4, David L. Wilson2, and Susann M. Brady-Kalnay1,3 Departments of 1Molecular Biology and Microbiology, 2Biomedical Engineering, 3Neuroscience, 4NFCR Center for Molecular … Read more
Latitudinal variation in light levels drives human visual system size (Northern Humans Had Bigger Brains)
Latitudinal variation in light levels drives human visual system size Eiluned Pearce* and Robin Dunbar Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, University of Oxford, 64 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6PN, UK Ambient light levels influence visual system size in birds and primates. Here, we argue that the same is true for humans. Light levels, in … Read more