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Top Five SciTech Connect Neuroscience Articles of 2016

As we bid farewell to 2016, here’s a look back at the some interesting and thought-provoking neuroscience articles... Read more

Neuroscience; Psychology

Reconditioning the Brain to Overcome Fear

Researchers have discovered a way to remove specific fears from the brain, using a combination of artificial intelligence... Read more

Neuroscience; Psychology

How to Know When Holiday Drinking Is Hurting Your Brain

For many, the holidays are indeed the most wonderful time of the year. Families and friends come together... Read more


Larger Brain Size Linked to Longer Life in Deer

The size of a female animals’ brain may determine whether they live longer and have more healthy offspring,... Read more


“The Brain” Hits the Spot in the Brain Bee Competition

The Brain Bee Challenge is an international neuroscience competition for 16 year-old high school students. Over 20 countries... Read more


Neuroscience Hasn’t Been Weaponized – It’s Been a Tool of War from the Start

What could once only be imagined in science fiction is now increasingly coming to fruition: Drones can be... Read more

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The Relationship between Stress and Anxiety Disorders

The following excerpt is taken from the chapter Stress and Anxiety Disorders by C.V. Chen, S.A. George and... Read more

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Understanding the Genes that Make Our Circadian Clocks Tick

Have you ever wondered why you don’t feel tired until late at night but your spouse is fast... Read more

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