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( A fragment of human brain, mapped in exquisite detail
May 9th 2024, 15:55

Researchers have created the largest synaptic-resolution, 3D reconstruction of a piece of human brain to date, showing in vivid detail each cell and its web of neural connections in a piece of human temporal cortex about half the size of a rice grain.

( High school student helps transform 'crazy idea' into innovative research tool
May 9th 2024, 12:47

A 'crazy idea' hatched during a walk in the woods and first tested by a high school student is now an innovative research tool used by scientists worldwide to predict neurotransmitters in fruit fly connectomes.

( Childhood maltreatment responsible for up to 40 percent of mental health conditions
May 8th 2024, 11:30

A study has found the widespread impact of child abuse and neglect, with analysis suggesting they cause nearly half of common mental conditions. Researchers say childhood maltreatment should be treated as a public health priority.

( How psychedelic drugs interact with serotonin receptors to potentially produce therapeutic benefits
May 8th 2024, 11:27

Researchers have shed valuable light on the complex mechanisms by which a class of psychedelic drugs binds to and activates serotonin receptors to produce potential therapeutic effects in patients with neuropsychiatric disorders such as depression and anxiety.

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