Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Prestigious honor society announces more than 250 new members.
Competitive seed grants launch yearlong investigations of novel hypotheses about potential causes, biomarkers, treatments of Alzheimer’s and ALS.
Seven staff members are recognized for their dedication to the School of Science and to MIT.
Fellowship funds graduate studies for outstanding immigrants and children of immigrants.
AIMBE's highest honor recognizes MIT professor's contributions to neural signal processing, anesthesiology advances.
Electric fields may represent information held in working memory, allowing the brain to overcome “representational drift,” or the inconsistent participation of individual neurons.
Cannabinoid receptors help the brain’s dopamine system establish key connections after birth, a new mouse study suggests.
These cells, located in the brain’s striatum, appear to help with decision-making that requires evaluating risks and benefits.
Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar bridges disciplines to translate vision into elegant math and neuroscience theory.
Q&A: Climate Grand Challenges finalists on accelerating reductions in global greenhouse gas emissions
Faculty leaders describe their efforts to develop potentially game-changing tools.