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1 Evidence shows how the human brain may tap into visual cues when lacking a sense of touch
2 The Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation Announces First Professorship Named for Its Founders and Expands Search to Cure Neurodegenerative Diseases
3 A new perceptually-consistent method for MSI visualization
4 Brain Clears the Way for Binocular Vision Even Before Eyes Are Open
5 A brain mechanism underlying 'vision' in the blind is revealed
6 Restoring a rudimentary form of vision in the blind
7 Meeting a 100-Year-Old Challenge Could Lead the Way to Digital Aromas
8 Study shows that physical embodiment can occur without sense of touch
9 COMPASS Pathways expands its Discovery Center through new collaborations with world-leading scientists
10 Travis D.A. Announces New Policies to Support Rape, Abuse Survivors
11 Dr. Arthur Nienhuis, former St. Jude leader and mentor to hematologists, dies at 79
12 Turning Heads: The Vanderbilt Brain Institute has emerged as a hub of discovery as neuroscience’s influence expands
13 Harvard scientists find vision relates to movement
14 Amateur dance group shows us how we can all share our emotions
15 Brain pressure disorder that causes headache, vision problems on rise
16 Amazon throws its weight around
17 Two views on Alzheimer's biomarkers: Eyeing changes in vision or pupils
18 The neuroscience of optical illusions, explained
19 Antidepressant drug effective in treating 'lazy eye' in adults
20 Resiliency, Mentorship and $10 Million in Grants: Drexel Neurobiology & Anatomy in 2020
21 The Brain Reshapes Our Malleable Senses to Fit the World
22 Fischer Lab I Ohio State Neuroscience Research Institute
23 Resuscitating eyes to speed up clinical research for vision impairment
24 Acclaimed Neuroscientist to Head Center for Neurobiology Research at Fralin Biomedical Institute
25 New Director Named For Virginia Tech School of Neuroscience
26 LSU Health New Orleans discovers drug development target for retinal dystrophies
27 A dose of ketamine can treat 'lazy eye' in adults
28 New approach to police lineups measures strength of eyewitness memory
29 13 doctors and researchers win the Sanford and Sue Greenberg Prize to End Blindness
30 3Q: The interface between art and neuroscience
31 Is what I see, what I imagine? Study finds neural overlap between vision and imagination
32 USC Announces New Research Showing How to Improve Police Lineups
33 Paloma Faith welcomes second baby girl with honest post on birth and feeding
34 Neurons in a visual brain area of zebrafish are arranged as a map for catching prey
35 How much color do we really see?
36 Aarhus University links brain research and artificial intelligence in new centre
37 How night vision is maintained during retinal degenerative disease
38 Faculty for Advancing Neuroscience (FAN) Trans-divisional Group
39 UCI-led study reveals significant restoration of retinal and visual function following gene therapy
40 Vision 2020: A Historic Commemoration During a Historic Year | Now
41 Neuroscientists investigate the causes of a widespread eye disease
42 Neural Networks Playing Video Games Teach Us About Our Own Brains
43 Brain network mechanism causing spatial memory impairment revealed
44 Study explains multipronged SARS-CoV-2 attack and widepread COVID-19 infection
45 Light-dependent photoreceptor orientation in mouse retina
46 Scientists find brain center that 'profoundly' shuts down pain
47 Visual neurons don't work the way scientists thought, study finds
48 Thriving on teamwork: New research shows how brain cells filter information in groups
49 Earliest look at newborns' visual cortex reveals the minds babies start with
50 Skin Cells Retooled To Sense Light and Restore Sight in Groundbreaking Mouse Vision Study
51 A model of collective behavior based purely on vision
52 New Caltech Study: Neural Networks Playing Video Games Teach Us About Our Own Brains – Pasadena Now
53 Do neural networks dream visual illusions?
54 Corey Goodman awarded Gruber Neuroscience Prize | Berkeley News
55 NEI researchers link age-related DNA modifications to susceptibility to eye disease
56 How brain rhythms organize our visual perception
57 NIH researchers discover brain area crucial for recognizing visual events
58 New study reveals how the brain organizes information about odors
59 Mapping the brain's sensory gatekeeper
60 Optical Tools for Analyzing and Repairing Complex Biological Systems | Webinars
61 Dynamic stimulation of the visual cortex allows blind and sighted people to 'see' shapes
62 Simon John Awarded Sanford and Susan Greenberg Visionary Prize to End Blindness
63 Boston College to host neuroscience symposium
64 TalTech's neuroscientists investigate the causes of a widespread eye disease
65 Unmasking selective path integration deficits in Alzheimer's disease risk carriers
66 New X-ray microscopy technique enables comprehensive imaging of dense neural circuits
67 ADDF presents vision of a consortium to accelerate research into speech and language biomarkers for Alzheimer's disease
68 Mary M. and Sash A. Spencer Center for vision research established at Stanford
69 A Q&A about the future of Stanford neuroscience | Stanford News
70 Grasping an object: Model describes complete movement planning in the brain
71 The interactions between predictive brains, cultural artefacts, and embodied visual search
72 Proprioception is our silent “sixth” sense. Neuroscience is just beginning to understand it.
73 Washington University to break ground on major neuroscience research hub – Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
74 Joe L. Martinez Jr., founder of UTSA's Neurosciences Institute, dies at 76
75 Researchers use patients' cells to test gene therapy for rare eye disease
76 McGovern Institute awards prize to vision scientist Charles Gilbert
77 Faith, Science, and Trust
78 Putting the 'lazy eye' to work
79 Evidence of restored vision in rats following cell transplant
80 Q&A: Neurological symptoms of COVID-19 remain an 'evolving story'
81 Memory fail controlled by dopamine circuit: 'Transient forgetting' mechanism revealed; pauses thought without abolishing long-term memories
82 Fear and anxiety share same bases in brain: Transformational findings could ultimately lead to better models of emotion and more effective interventions for anxiety and depression
83 Reprogramming brain cells enables flexible decision-making
84 No Barriers Too Big
85 Unique Schwann cells: the eyes have it
86 An Imaging Method To Help Us See Behind Our Eyes
87 Learning to read recycles visual cortical networks without destruction
88 Researcher Nicole Wicha named fellow in national STEM academy
89 Drexel's Vision 2020 Presents Women 100: A National Celebration of American Women
90 Retraining the brain to see after stroke
91 New neuroscience investments to benefit undergrads
92 First-ever restoration of vision achieved in mice
93 Scientists show how parasitic infection causes seizures, psychiatric illness for some: Fralin Biomedical Research Institute scientists show how infection rewires brain
94 EETimes
95 Scientists Taught Mice to Smell an Odor That Doesn’t Exist
96 Hopes of new treatment strategies for glaucoma
97 Molecular and functional architecture of the mouse photoreceptor network
98 Scientists identify specific brain region and circuits controlling attention
99 First 'pathoconnectome' could point toward new treatments for neurodegenerative diseases
100 Blind children can repurpose brain's visual center to process speech – study