Making Art Activates Brain’s Reward Pathway

News   Jun 14, 2017 | Original story from Drexel University

 
Making Art Activates Brain’s Reward Pathway

Credit: Drexel University

 
 
 

RELATED ARTICLES

Transplanting Stem Cells directly into the Cerebrospinal Fuid Reduces the Amount of Succinate, Reprograms Macrophages and Microglia

News

Scientists have shown in mice that skin cells re-programmed into brain stem cells, transplanted into the central nervous system, help reduce inflammation and may be able to help repair damage caused by multiple sclerosis (MS).

READ MORE

First Observation of Optical Light From Shock Breakout in a Supernova Explosion

News

Thanks to lucky snapshots taken by an amateur astronomer in Argentina, scientists have obtained their first view of the initial burst of light from the explosion of a massive star.

READ MORE

New Neurons Generated in Adult Brains Are Important for Sensory Learning

News

Scientists have demonstrated that the new neurons produced in adults react preferentially to reward-related sensory stimuli and help speed up the association between sensory information and reward.

READ MORE

 

Comments | 1 ADD COMMENT

Ana Aitawa | Dec 28, 2017

The global blood flow measurement devices market growing at the rate of 9.8% CAGR and estimated to reach US$ 545 Million by 2021. Market by product (blood flow meters such as electromagnetic, laser Doppler and ultrasonic Doppler), its applications (dermatology, diabetes, gastroenterology, intracranial monitoring in stroke and brain injury, peripheral vascular diseases, tumor monitoring and angiogenesis, others). Major players include Compumedics Ltd., Cook Medical, Moor Instruments, Deltex Medical, ArjoHuntleigh and others. https://www.ihealthcareanalyst.com/report/blood-flow-measurement-devices-market/


Like what you just read? You can find similar content on the communities below.

Analysis & Separations

To personalize the content you see on Technology Networks homepage, Log In or Subscribe for Free

LOGIN SUBSCRIBE FOR FREE