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Molecular Physiome of Brain Regions Identified Using Top-Down Proteomics and MALDI Imaging Mass Spectrometry
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Team develops novel strategy combining MALDI-IMS and spatially-resolved top-down proteomics to investigate differences in protein expression at the cellular level, in brain tissue.

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Neuromodulation Through the Skull: Can tdc stimulators improve performance?
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Brain stimulation has been associated with improvements in cognitive and sports performance, but exactly how effective it is remains up for debate.

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Music And Drugs: Scientists explain the link
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Scientists explain the links between music and drugs, that have existed for centuries.

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Proton Channel Underlying Sour Taste Identified
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An evolutionarily conserved gene family encodes proton-selective ion channels underlying taste and gravity sensation

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Neuroscientists Scrutinise Phrenology Using MRI
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Neuroscientists put the dubious theory of ‘phrenology’ through rigorous testing for the first time

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Imaging Nerve Cell Function: All-Optical Neurophysiology
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Using light instead of electrodes is non-invasive, high-throughput and represents the successor to traditional electrophysiology.

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Neuroinformatics and The Blue Brain Project
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The Blue Brain Project is an attempt to reverse engineer the rodent brain (and ultimately, the human brain) and recreate it at the cellular level inside a computer simulation.

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Building the Blue Brain Nexus
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The Blue Brain Nexus is designed to facilitate the recording, curating, storing, describing and tracking of experimental and computational neuroscience data in a format that may enable researchers to build a truly comprehensive picture of the brain.

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The 2017 BNA Christmas Symposium on Brain Technologies
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This year’s BNA Christmas symposium focus was on neurotechnologies and their place in society.

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Bioimaging Using Microscopes: Challenges, Benefits and the Future
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The imaging of biological samples, or bioimaging, plays a key role in current life science research, enabling scientists to analyze molecules, cells and tissues from a range of living systems.

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