White Matter in Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia With Tom Veale
We're back with another Teach Me in 10 episode. This installment of Teach Me in 10 features Tom Veale, a PhD student at the Dementia Research Centre at the University College of London. In this episode of Teach Me in 10, Veale talks broadly about dementia and Alzheimer's disease, the brain changes that occur and white matter's involvement in Alzheimer's disease.
The Laboratory for Radical Science With Professor Oded Rechavi
The tagline for the Rechavi lab at Tel Aviv University, Israel, is "The Laboratory for Radical Science", and in this Teach Me in 10 installment, you will find out why.
This Tool Will Help Improve Your Critical Thinking – Erick Wilberding
Explore the technique known as the Socratic Method, which uses questions to examine a person’s values, principles, and beliefs.
New Theory Suggests the Brain Is a Giant Supercomputer
Dr Ben Goult, a researcher from the University of Kent's School of Biosciences, has proposed a new theory for understanding brain and memory function. It suggests that the brain is a giant supercomputer, running a form of binary code. Neuroscience News and Research spoke to Ben to find out more.
Brain Organoids With Dr Christopher Esk
This installment of Teach Me in 10 features Dr Christopher Esk, a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology in Vienna, Austria. In this episode Esk talks about the systematic analysis of human brain tissue development using cerebral organoids.
How To Talk to Lucid Dreamers
Neuroscience News and Research recently spoke to Northwestern University Professor Ken Paller, who recently co-authored some fascinating research that explores what happens in the brain during lucid dreaming.
Cleaning the Chemical Industry With a Hammer
Throughout many years working in labs, the shocking impact of chemical enterprise on the environment has led chemist Thomas-Xavier Métro to explore the wonderful ways in which organic chemists can reduce their use of solvents, and help to protect our natural world. His talk hopes to show you how.
The Importance of Science Communication With Dr Carl May
Watch this Teach Me in 10 with Dr Carl May to discover the importance of science communication and to learn Mays's hints, tips and tricks.
How Important Is a Good Night's Sleep?
At the British Neuroscience Association's Festival of Neuroscience 2021, Neuroscience News and Research spoke to University of Pennsylvania professor Amita Sehgal about sleep and circadian rhythms.
How Wearable Technology Is Helping People With Parkinson's Disease
At the British Neuroscience Assoication's Festival of Neuroscience 2021, Neuroscience News and Research spoke to University of Oxford Professor Michele Hu on how new wearable technology is helping people with Parkinson's.