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Knowing Neurons - A creative neuroscience education website by young neuroscientists Skip to content Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Google Plus Reddit About The Team Guest Contributors As Seen In Contribute to Knowing Neurons Subscribe to Knowing Neurons Contact Us Topics Aging Big Ideas Brain Basics Brain Development Did You Know? Learning and Memory Movement Neuro News Neuro SciFi Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders Neuroscience Art Neuroscience Technologies Science Policy Sensation and Perception Sleep Videos Infographics 52 Brain Facts Weird Animal Brains Interviews Brain Books Forums Log In Register! Glossary What the Heck is a Claustrum? Sticky6 April 2017April 6, 2017Joel FrohlichLeave a comment Given its subjective nature, consciousness is already a controversial topic in the world of brain science. While some neuroscientists doubt that consciousness can even be studied, others still endeavor towards identifying parts of the brain that support subjective awareness. At a gathering of neuroscientists February 15 in Bethesda, Maryland, an announcement has thrust the quest to understand consciousness into the spotlight once again. A team of neuroscientists lead by Christof Koch has identified neurons in a relatively obscure brain region known as the claustrum that send fibers far throughout the entire cerebral cortex, well beyond where they are expected to project. One neuron shown in the presentation engulfed the brain like a “crown of thorns” with its colossal fibers. According to Nature News, “Koch sees this as evidence that the claustrum could be coordinating inputs and outputs across the brain to create consciousness.” Continue reading Can We Trust MRI Research? It’s Complicated. Sticky29 March 2017April 4, 2017Rachel Jonas2 Comments The first human magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan was acquired almost 40 years ago. The scanner — hand-built by Dr. Raymond Damadian with the help of his two postdoctoral fellows — took nearly five hours to produce one snapshot of the human chest, and Dr. Damadian was eventually awarded the National Medal of Technology for his accomplishment. Continue reading The Microbes that Make Us Human Sticky22 March 2017April 4, 2017Shuhan He1 Comment If you ever gotten glitter on you, then you know that you will inevitably continue to find glitter on you many days after you’ve washed and showered. Take a moment to think about what that means about the germs that get on your skin… Gross, right? Well, not entirely. Continue reading How does basic research help you? Sticky15 March 2017March 12, 2017Kayleen Schreiber4 Comments Sometimes it’s hard to understand why scientists do what they do. Why spend a career studying cells, fungus, or flies? Other than being nerdy and wanting to learn about our world, what’s the point?Continue reading It’s Brain Awareness Week! Sticky13 March 2017March 12, 2017Kate FehlhaberLeave a comment Every March, Brain Awareness Week (BAW, for short) unifies the world in celebration of the brain and mind! In order to raise awareness about how the brain works, what neuroscientists do, and how amazing new research is, scientists present interactive activities, host laboratory tours, and speak to audiences about brain-related topics. This year, we put together a list of our favorite Knowing Neurons content that highlight how amazing the brain is! Check them out and share the awesomeness!Continue reading The Epigenetic Legacy of Trauma Sticky8 March 2017April 4, 2017Eric HarveyLeave a comment The evening of November 9th, 1938, began with typical fall solemnity for many Jews living across Germany: closing up their shops and businesses, returning home from school, and preparing family suppers. It would end with terror, as mobs ransacked storefronts, assaulted Jews on the street, and set fire to their homes. 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Sticky27 February 2017March 5, 2017Joel FrohlichLeave a comment What would happen if you stuck your body inside a particle accelerator? The scenario seems like the start of a bad Marvel comic, but it happens to shed light on our intuitions about radiation, the vulnerability of the human body, and the very nature of matter. Particle accelerators allow physicists to study subatomic particles by speeding them up in powerful magnetic fields and then tracing the interactions that result from collisions. By delving into the mysteries of the Universe, colliders have entered the Zeitgeist and tapped the wonders and fears of our age.Continue reading A “Little Bit” of OCD: When Words Trivialize a Disorder Sticky22 February 2017March 5, 2017Anita2 Comments Sheldon Cooper, a beloved character in a television series, knocks on a door exactly three times before his roommate opens it — and if the door is opened earlier, he still persists his triad of door knocks. He fixates on occupying the exact same spot on the sofa every single time calling it “his” spot. As an audience, we watch his actions and surmise, “He has a little bit of OCD.” The reality is: there is no such thing as a “little bit” when it comes to obsessive-compulsive disorders.Continue reading What is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? Sticky15 February 2017March 5, 2017Joel Frohlich1 Comment Our thoughts are often mysterious to us. You probably don’t know why you suddenly think about a Komodo dragon while sitting in traffic or Citizen Kane while shopping for groceries. Such moments remind us that we are each the emergent property of an amazingly complex organ that never stops surprising us. Nonetheless, we usually feel in control of our thoughts. Even with the occasional unexpected thought, life continues as normal.Continue reading Why Mosquitoes Love Us Sticky8 February 2017April 4, 2017Megumi Sano2 Comments From that evil itch on your arm to torturous diseases such as malaria, Zika, dengue, and yellow fever, mosquito bites can have unpleasant consequences. But have you ever wondered why those skin-diving insects are so good at detecting humans? Not so surprisingly, the answer l... Whois

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