Posts Tagged ‘A Conscious Brain’
 
 
 
coma
 
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Be nice to your Precuneus – it might be your real self…

The hardest thing about the brain is learning the labels. Let’s take the Precuneus as example. It’s one of the most important parts of our brains, so much that we would be totally lost without it (Literally).  In ...
 
brain disorders of aging
 
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New Insights into Nerve Regeneration

Nerve regeneration is the Holy Grail of medical neuroscience. The traditional dogma is that in humans — unlike other animals — nerve regeneration simply does not occur. We start life with those 80+ billion neurons i...
 
Darwinism
 
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Flatworm ejaculation is triggered by dopamine… a lesson in ultraconservation.

In biology, “ultraconservation” does not mean wanting to go back to the Dark Ages. Instead, it’s a remarkable fact about remotely related species — say, the round worm C elegans and your aunt Molly ̵...