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How the Brain Processes Language on Acid Is a Trip

A new study found that LSD's activation of semantic pathways has implications for creativity and psychedelic therapy.<p>The Beatles' <i>Revolver</i>. Steve Jobs' innovations in developing Apple. A Canadian architect's quest to design an "ideal mental hospital".<p>Lysergic acid diethylamide, colloquially known as …

Consciousness

Here's How Much Exercise You Need to Protect Against Disease

There’s a strong connection between physical activity and the risk of five common diseases, according to a recent study published in <i>The BMJ</i>. The …

Scientists have managed to partially restore feeling and function to the legs of paralysed patients

The study, published Thursday in the journal Scientific Reports, describes how a year of training enabled participants with spinal cord injuries to recover some sensation, voluntary muscle contraction, and control over bowel function — evidence of neurological recovery that the authors were not …

The Brain

Introduction to machine learning with scikit-learn

This video series will teach you how to solve machine learning problems using Python's popular scikit-learn library. It was featured on Kaggle's blog …

The Ultimate Way to Increase Motivation, According to Neuroscience

Igniting your passion is easier than you think.<p>Motivation is the key to success for many aspiring entrepreneurs.<p>It's one thing to enjoy the idea of something, but actually achieving your goals takes a reservoir of motivation. Whether you're an entrepreneur, small business owner, or someone looking …

Schizophrenia breakthrough as genetic study reveals link to brain changes

Discovery of a link between genes which play a key role in brain development and a heightened risk of schizophrenia raises hopes for future therapies<p>People are more at risk of schizophrenia if they inherit genes that lead to excessive loss of healthy brain synapses during adolescence, a major US …

Poor and uneducated are biologically different to affluent, UCL finds

Scientists at UCL have found that hormone levels of the 'haves' and 'have-nots' are significantly different which could explain health inequalities<p>Poor and uneducated people could be ageing faster, and more vulnerable to disease, because their hormones are out of balance, a new study …