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MIT Neuroscientists Explain 'Yanny' 'Laurel' Phenomenon
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In this video from the McGovern institute for Brain Research at MIT, two PhD students unpack the science around this hot debate.

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Dr. Rachel Dolhun, movement disorder specialist and vice president of medical communications, breaks down the basics of Parkinson’s disease.

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Daniel Wolpert: The real reason for brains
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Cambridge Neuroscientist Prof. Daniel Wolpert starts from a surprising premise: the brain evolved, not to think or feel, but to control movement

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Drug Discovery Programme - Alzheimer's Society Dementia Research
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Alzheimer's Society's flagship Drug Discovery programme is a new approach to developing treatments for dementia. To explain how the programme works Alzheimer's Society have created a short Drug Discovery video.

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The Future of Drug Discovery: Neurodegenerative diseases
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Carol Routledge of Alzheimer's Research UK talks about the future of drug discovery in the field and discusses advances she hopes to see in the next 5 and 10 years.

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How the Brain Regulates Parenting Behavior Probed
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Interview with first author Dr Jonny Kohl, who explains how he functionally probed the architecture of parenting behavior in his latest paper

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Prof. Ed Boyden Discusses Tool Development in Biology
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Adam interviews Prof. Ed Boyden, Y. Eva Tan Professor in Neurotechnology at MIT to learn about the different tools his group are developing to further our understanding of biology, not just the brain.

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Marvin Minsky: Health, population and the human mind
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Marvin Minsky's arch, eclectic, charmingly offhand talk on health, overpopulation and the human mind.

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Discussing the Neurogenesis Debate
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Do we or don't we make new neurons in adulthood? Two recent high-profile papers present conflicting arguments.

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NNR Meets First Author Dr Sepiedeh Keshavarzi to Discuss Visual Motion Integration in the Brain
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Dr Keshavarzi describes the collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach to their discovery and explains what the findings mean for our understanding of visual motion integration in the brain.

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