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Professor Marla Feller explains why she thinks teaching undergraduates benefits scientists as well as their students, and enhances scientific research. [...continue]

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Emeritus Professor Arthur Shimamura talks about getting SMART while battling cancer. [...continue]

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In a review published in the journal Science, Michael Yartsev questions whether basic and translational neuroscience research would benefit from increasing the diversity of animal models. [...continue]

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Cataloging different cell types in the human brain remains a challenge for neuroscientists. Janelle Weaver speaks to John Ngai and others who think single-cell sequencing might provide a solution. [...continue]

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Matthew Walker, Director of the Center for Human Sleep Science at UC Berkeley, explains how aging comes with bodily changes that degrade the quantity and quality of our sleep and affects our health more than we realize. [...continue]

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In the latest Neurofriends Podcast, student host Ethan Cruikshank talks with Dr. Chris Holdgraf about how the brain interprets language and whether "mind reading" is just around the corner (spoiler: not quite). [...continue]

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More than 50 percent of Americans reported that the election was a significant source of stress, and this was true for supporters of both parties. The surprising result certainly stressed many. So, what do we do now? [...continue]