From the love of insects that talk to each other in the night . . . to a major discovery about small worlds. By Mark Humphries and Susanne Severeid.
On the artist's explorations into neuroscience. By Sophie
On the artist's explorations into neuroscience. By Sophie Kessl.
How we sleep affects the efficiency of the brain’s self-cleaning process. By Moheb Costandi.
A study finds that we process faces and architecture using the same part of the brain. By Peter McMahon.
Recent studies showing that music may indeed be — neuroscientifically speaking — the world’s universal language. Interview with Charles Limb by Kayt Sukel.
Navigating the edge of a personal wildness that a person can — but might not choose to — control. By Audrey Lane Cockett.
What navigating the edge of a neurological wildness feels like from the inside. By Audrey Lane Cockett.
Intention is arousing. Send us what you resolve to do this year, it may turn someone on. We'll publish it in the block at the right in the coming weeks.
LONDON: The SPWC hosts a panel discussion exploring one of the hardest problems in science.
LONDON: An evening of art and science, with artist Kerry Brewer and neuroscientist Colin Blakemore.