Massive Science Report № 2
Join five scientists as they explain the research behind new psychedelic treatments for mental illnesses
Behind most breakthroughs is animal research. Let's stop pretending otherwise
"Perhaps only an artist's eye could have seen so much in a slice of brain"
Algorithms can help us see how our unconscious processes work – if we understand their language
An expert argues that neuroscience is using the wrong metaphors
These researchers are trying to find out
Why neuroscientists are creating their own CERN to understand the mind together
Two experts argue that the field needs to move beyond its limited roots
A group of recent findings may eventually pave the way for better treatments
Our eyes work when we're born, even though they've never been exposed to light
We may not be hardwired to recognize faces after all
We're gonna need more shaving cream
We set out to make neurons deep in the brain glow bright so we could see their role in vision
It's shining a light on the complex origins of mental illness.
Defying common knowledge lead us to a theory of neurogenesis.