Shikiera Wheeler outlines the fundamental concepts of neuroscience that give rise to the architecture of neural networks.
Isabelle Goodall-Summers reports on recent insight into “motion sickness neurons”—neurons that could explain our travel sickness on journeys.
Leah Fogarty reports on new findings surrounding the inhibition of enzymes, in order to treat late-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
Taylah Andrews-Clark uses mathematical modelling to research societal violence, discussing model limitations and benefits of rehabilitation.
Paris Jaggers examines the complex realm of animal dreaming, juxtaposing scientific and philosophical perspectives.
Leah Fogarty discusses the complexities and urgent need for research on Capgras delusion, a poorly understood psychiatric condition.