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UCLA brain scientists crack mystery of how alcohol causes intoxication

...hat tolerance levels to alcohol may be genetically wired in people, too. If so, the findings could eventually help identify children and adults at higher risk of developing alcohol dependency, so these individuals can make an informed decision about whether to drink. The study results may also speed the...

New Jersey Institute of Technology pioneers new way to teach engineers

... with sophisticated equipment. The two studios are wired for the Internet and multimedia equipment. They are furnished with ten PC-based lab stations that serve groups of students. The studios have the equipment used by biomedical engineers, including amplifiers, oscilloscopes, power supplies, function gen...

Researchers develop neural prosthesis allowing a monkey to feed self using only its brain

...food while its own arms are restrained. The arm is wired into the monkey's brain and intercepts signals through electrodes attached to tiny probes that tap into neuronal pathways in the motor cortex, a region of the brain responsible for voluntary movement. The neurons' collective activity is fed through a...

Some infants recognize, respond to social eating cues

...' behavior during meals. "Infants are really hard wired to want what you are eating. If part of the difficulty of the feeding is that mom's eating BBQ chicken and the baby's getting squash and rice, the answer is to let the baby try a bite of BBQ chicken. Some of these kids that mothers perceive as diffic...

Brain area identified that weighs rewards

...ignificant piece to the puzzle of how the brain is wired to make judgments, perhaps even moral judgments, about the outside world, said the researchers. The findings may also have implications for understanding a number of neurological disorders, said the scientists. Damage to the area the researchers stud...

Deep brain stimulation offers benefits against Parkinson's

...us on both sides of the brain; the electrodes were wired under the skin to pacemaker-like devices. The frequency and intensity of stimulation was adjusted; patients were monitored and evaluated prior to and after surgery while on and off medication. When patients were off medication, the UPDRS score - whic...

Hearing infants show preference for sign language over pantomime

...ent, the hands and the body of the storyteller are wired with 12 tiny lights and all the infants can see are the lights moving on the TV monitors. This will attempt to isolate what exactly it is about the signing that is interesting to infants. Hildebrandt will deliver her poster at noon (CDT) Friday at t...

2 is orange but 'two' is blue

... If the neurons in these regions were more densely wired or strongly connected than normal, it could explain why some people see words, numbers and sounds in color.For more news about Vanderbilt research, visit Exploration, Vanderbilts online research magazine at http://exploration.vanderbilt.edu ....

Scientists provide first detailed maps of wiring circuitry in the living human brain

... techniquecan provide diagrams of how the brain is wired and which parts of the brain talkto which other parts," says Thomas E. Conturo, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professorof radiology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. "Byknowing that, scientists may be able to identify abnormal connec...

Children's inability to automatically retrieve building blocks of language, math leads to learning disabilities in reading, writing, arithmetic

...inger. "Or it may be that theirnervous systems are wired differently and more practice will aggravate theproblem. At this point we don't know if this problem can be fixed or if schoolcurriculums are wrong for these children. Schools may well need newinterventions to help these children." Other mem...

Nerve Cells Live Long And Talkative Lives In Sculpted Colonies On Silicon Chips

...gy in the School ofPharmacy, also plans to use her wired colonies of cells for studies in herspecialty, the study of the effects on the brain of the hormone estrogen andallied substances. Finally and most ambitiously, Brinton and co-workers from the USC School ofEngineering's department of biomedical engin...

Students Show Restraint Could Cut School Bus Injuries

...the students' heavily padded lap bar.The dummy was wired toan accelerometer that measured the impact to the head during the crash. Although further analysis and tests are needed, the undergraduates and theirfaculty advisors werepleased by the results of the simulated crash. "The bar didn't collapse, and it...

Cedars-Sinai Surgeons Present TeleSurgery

...ai'ssurgical suites and conferencing rooms are all wired to the Medical Mediatelevision production studio and the medical center is now installing its ownteleconferencing equipment. A signal can be broadcast with two-way audio,two-way video to four sites anywhere in the world....

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