The slime mold Physarum uses mechanical signals to probe environments that it hasn't directly explored yet.
Rebecca Poulsen, known by her DJ name BeXta, led new research into the audio capabilities of zebrafish.
Why would you put an implant in your skull to listen to music when you could wear headphones, buy speakers, or try literally anything else?
Recent research gives a glimpse at the effects of screen time on developing brains.
Physical activity might help drown out some of the background noise in your brain.
Visual crashes boil down to a glitch in the way we recognize and understand images.
An experiment involving 40 drugged alligators reveals how dinosaurs might have located sounds in their environment.
By imaging the brains of cosmonauts before and after their stints on the space station, neuroscientists discovered how microgravity influences the mind.
Humans clearly have advanced mental abilities compared to other animals on Earth. Laurie Santos wants to know what makes us special.
Anil Seth, a neuroscientist and director of the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science at the University of Sussex, researches the biological basis of the otherwise ethereal topic of consciousness.
By giving bees visual math quizzes, scientists discovered that these insects know a null set when they see one.