Through our senses, we experience the world. And for rodents, the facial whiskers play a crucial role.
In perhaps the first catchy tune about cranial nerves, a graduate student explains why these 12 pairs of nerves are important.
At a recent event hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, neuroscientists and cognitive psychologists got together with filmmakers to discuss what both groups have learned.
A new study suggests humans take longer than other primates to grow up because their larger brains divert energy from body growth during childhood.
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