Source: #BAW2016: Exploding Brain Myths Myths about the brain are widespread in 21st century society, capturing the imagination of Hollywood film directors and fuelling the sales of self-help psychology books. Popular as these ideas about
To be continued… Tune in tomorrow for Pylori Story #2! WARNING: spoilers ahead. (More about peptic ulcers.) A most mysterious epidemic The belief
Ecologists trying to pin down the complex web of connections swirling around a particular species need to start with the basics, things like the size of the population, and whether or not its members are
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by Rhiannon Morris and Chris Wallis Last week scientists and science enthusiasts alike tuned in to listen to what is arguably one of the most important discussions in medical science today; human gene editing. The three
The PLOS Neuroscience Community will be returning for its second year to the Society for Neuroscience conference this week, October 17-21, in Chicago. We’re thrilled to introduce our phenomenal team of students, postdocs and faculty
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By Sara Kassabian The PLOS Neuro Community is gearing up for the Society for Neuroscience (#SfN15) 2015 annual meeting from October 17-21 in Chicago with a ‘PLOS Science Wednesday’ on October 14 that’s all about functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Functional … Continue reading
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