Scientists have been studying the impact different types of games have on certain areas of the brain.
Scientists have determined that merely having your phone nearby can reduce your capacity to concentrate.
New research has revealed that the human brain is a lot more complex than anyone had ever imagined.
The Philadelphia-based company is hoping to bring brain-dead patients back to life using stem cells.
Homo naledi's brain may not have been as big as that of a modern human, but it was still sophisticated.
Researchers have been working on a new way to identify the parts of the brain responsible for dreaming.
The pruning of synaptic connections in the brain may be one of the primary reasons that we need sleep.
A new mind-reading breakthrough has made it possible to communicate with completely locked-in patients.
Recent advances in computer-brain interfaces could soon make brain-to-brain communication a reality.
A Japanese scientist has revealed that eating the frozen dessert for breakfast boosts mental performance.
A controversial court ruling has made it possible for a young cancer patient to be frozen after death.
Drone operators and other military personnel could have their effectiveness boosted by electrical pulses.
The discovery was made by fossil hunter Jamie Hiscocks who found the specimen on a beach near London.
Astronauts embarking on missions in to deep space could be at an increased risk of developing dementia.
A new study has shown that our primate cousins may be able to tell what's going on in each other's heads.
Our brains may actually perceive only a fraction of reality to help ensure the survival of our species.
In a remarkable breakthrough, a brain training system has restored movement in eight paraplegic patients.
Ducks and other birds may possess far greater cognitive abilities than anyone had ever realized.
A computer software bug has potentially rendered over a decade's worth of brain studies totally void.
Despite not even having a brain, plants are actually quite adept at making important life choices.