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Researchers have developed non-invasive palpation for the brain.

Many diseases involve structural changes in tissues, which are reflected in a change in their mechanical properties, such as elasticity. Using the sensitivity of their hands, and their detailed knowledge of the body, physicians, through an examination known as palpation, can assess the size and stiffness of a tumour, the presence of inflamed lymph nodes, or the size and position of the foetus in a pregnant woman, to mention a few examples. 505 more words


Neurobiology of ADHD From Childhood to Adulthood - Findings of Imaging Methods

The authors sought o review the pattern of morphological and functional brain changes in both children and adults with ADHD that emerges from the recent literature. 226 more words

Learning about the challenges of computational neuroscience

The following was written by Thomas Witelski, Associate Director at SAMSI and Professor at Duke University in the Mathematics Department.

At some level, everyone is aware of the pressing medical and societal… 610 more words

portugal | op art meets science | #artlab viseu 2015 | science explore | symposium science and art | brain project 1 | 4 – 11.09.2015

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  • World famous artist Youri Messen-Jaschin from Lausanne Switzerland shows his optical illusion art to ‪#‎artlab,
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