Tiny brain bubbles carry complete codes

Researchers discovered that brain vesicles carry unique biological instructions, differing significantly in Alzheimer’s patients, potentially offering new insights into disease progression and treatment avenues.

How fear unfolds inside our brains

Neurobiologists at UC San Diego unveil how stress triggers generalized fear, offering potential avenues for targeted mental health interventions.

How 40Hz sensory gamma rhythm stimulation clears amyloid in Alzheimer’s mice

A recent study from MIT’s Picower Institute for Learning and Memory highlights a potential mechanism by which sensory stimulation at a frequency of 40 Hz can facilitate the clearance of amyloid proteins in Alzheimer’s disease through the brain’s glymphatic system, offering promising avenues for treatment.

In fight against brain pathogens, the eyes have it

Yale researchers have discovered that the eye not only serves as an immunological barrier protecting the brain from pathogens and tumours, but can also be a novel avenue for vaccine delivery, potentially offering new treatments for brain encephalitis and other conditions.

Neurons help flush waste out of brain during sleep

Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine have discovered that brain waves play a crucial role in flushing out waste from the brain during sleep, potentially offering insights into preventing neurological diseases.