Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Study investigated the origins of our ability to understand what other people are thinking.
The antidepressant tianeptine works via the mu opioid receptor, like morphine, and also relieves pain.
Three interdisciplinary teams of researchers will develop novel tools and methods in the field of microbiome research.
The advancement has the potential to guide the development of therapies to treat and cure disease.
Yale scientists have discovered ways to blunt the craving for sugar.
Could gut bacteria influence our food choices? A study shows, for the first time, that this idea may not be as far-fetched as it seems.
Researchers have discovered that a small group of neurons fired haphazardly in mice with signs of schizophrenia.
Researchers have discovered that a variant of the gene CRY1 slows the internal biological clock that normally dictates our sleep-wake cycle.
Study sheds new insight on a brain network where memories of events are processed and stored.
Scientists at Salk develop tool to gauge success of preferred treatment for bipolar disorder.