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The breakthrough could help see the pathways that degenerate with Parkinson’s and Huntingdon’s disease.
CMU psychologists uncover a critical relationship between working memory and the strength of information “chunks.”
The award is one of 16 NSF grants totaling $13.1 million to support potentially transformative research in neural and cognitive systems.
In his 15th poetry book, “Apology to the Moon,” CMU's Jim Daniels details the life of a man from his college days to fatherhood.
Patient-funded trials may seem beneficial, but instead they threaten scientific rigor, relevance, efficiency and fairness.
Neon’s proprietary technology uses cognitive science, neuroscience and machine learning tools to understand how humans see and react to images, and selects images that emotionally resonate with viewers.
Pennsylvania legislators have been trying to phase out passenger vehicle safety inspection programs, but a study published by CMU researchers has concluded that the arguments are based on the wrong numbers.
The projects range from creating advanced diagnostics for mild traumatic brain injury to studying how the brain responds to mechanical stimuli.
The grant will allow professors to teach mice to use brain-computer interfaces, which could provide new information about the neural basis of learning, behavior and motor control.
Babcock focuses on negotiations and dispute resolution research with specific attention to gender differences in negotiation and how people react when women negotiate.
In an opinion piece published in Science, top scientists from CMU, the University of California, MIT, Georgia Institute of Technology and other leading institutions outline what can be done to better ensure research integrity.
Jacobo Carrasquel will be using videos, optional mini-lectures and an online software application called Classroom Salon to reach more students.