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a neurobiologist who specializes in the study of the brain

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A lot of neuroscientists have theories they cannot prove," he said, but this could provide a whole new way for them to verify or falsify what we think we know about the human brain.
ISLAMABAD -- Caloriereduced diets stop the normal rise and fall in activity levels of close to 900 different genes linked to aging and memory formation in the brain, neuroscientists have shown.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Neuroscientists have shown that calorie-reduced diets stop the normal rise and fall in activity levels of close to 900 different genes linked to aging and memory formation in the brain.
According the Telegraph, in a speech at ScienceGrrls's 'Fighting the Neurotrash' talk at the Women of the World Festival on Saturday, Neuroscientist Professor Gina Rippon, of Aston University Birmingham, said that that gender differences are environmental and not innate.
The paediatric neuroscientist spoke about her career in medicine and handed out more than 100 awards to pupils during the ceremony.
The neuroscientist in his report concluded that the defendant's "clinical Depression, demonstrated brain damage, and decreased blood flow contributed to impaired critical judgment in daily decisions," that the defendant's voluntary and deliberate actions were substantially impaired by the "Major Depression" he experienced, and "to a high probability [he] could not have appreciated the repercussions of his actions or purposely intended to violate the law.
Neuroscientist Dean is now in the final year of his PhD research and wants to continue with both an academic career and with comedy.
The first neuroscientist emphasizes the fabulous complexity of the processes that give rise to consciousness.
Potential disputes over age-relative consciousness are apparently somewhat moot for psychologist and neuroscientist Robert R.
The process could potentially create a limitless supply of an individual's own brain cells, according to neuroscientist Bjorn Scheffler.
In her talk on the moral challenges posed by brain enhancement and brain imaging, University of Pennsylvania neuroscientist Martha J.
Read Montague, a neuroscientist (brain scientist) at Baylor University in Texas, had volunteers drink from unlabeled cups of Coke and Pepsi.
27 with Sally Shaywitz, the pediatrician and neuroscientist who wrote Overcoming Dyslexia (Knopf, 2003).
A number of volunteers were scanned as they blindly drank Coke or Pepsi for neuroscientist Read Montague of the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
The world faces a brain disease "time bomb" in ageing populations, a leading neuroscientist said yesterday.