Neurons in all sorts of different colors, some glowing
How Fear Restructures the Mouse Brain
By combining deep learning and electron microscopy, researchers now have a more detailed understanding of how fear changes the brain.
How Fear Restructures the Mouse Brain
How Fear Restructures the Mouse Brain

By combining deep learning and electron microscopy, researchers now have a more detailed understanding of how fear changes the brain.

By combining deep learning and electron microscopy, researchers now have a more detailed understanding of how fear changes the brain.

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Giannina Descalzi
Giannina Descalzi Studies the Factors Underlying Chronic Pain
Natalia Mesa | May 16, 2022
The University of Guelph neuroscientist is scoping out the brain regions and genes that change as a consequence of pain that lasts for months or even years.
Ursula Bellugi smiling for the camera wearing a purple shirt in 2015
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Her research showed that communication via sign language is as neurologically complex as spoken language. 
A photo of a termite’s head with its brain clearly visible
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Chloe Tenn | Feb 1, 2022
Dampwood termites with the potential to leave the colony have larger optic lobes before ever being exposed to different visual environments, an example of predictive brain plasticity.
white mouse running on a light blue wheel
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Intestinal bacteria contribute to the effect of stimulating environments on the brain’s ability to adapt, a study concludes.
Two oligodendrocyte progenitor cells are being generated from adult stem cells nestled on the surface of brain ventricle
Scientists Discover “Gorditas” and Other Novel Brain Cell Types
Amanda Heidt | Jun 10, 2021
A pool of neural stem cells that ordinarily lies dormant in the brains of adult mice spawns two types of never-before-documented glial cells when artificially reactivated, potentially pointing to a novel mechanism of brain plasticity.