Could there be some truth in Hippocrates’ belief that all disease begins in the gut? Recent research is showing us that there is an evident link between gut microbiota and microglial cells in the central nervous system. Read on here to find out more about this association and its importance to neurological function.
Will biotherapeutics become the new generation of drugs for treating Alzheimer’s disease? And how is this disease linked to inflammation in the brain? Read on here for more….
This September marks the 7th World Alzheimer’s month. In this article, biomarkers for Alzheimer’s are reviewed and we learn more about the innovative game Sea Hero Quest, the crowdsourcing neuroscience project supporting Alzheimer’s research.
Nature Methods has previously considered it as the innovative 'method of the year'. Learn more about the relatively nascent field of optogenetics with this detailed review, which introduces the fundamentals of the technique and its promising applications in treating neurological diseases, spinal cord injuries, blindness and more.
We all find one way or another to enhance our daily performance. What is the biology behind the methods we use? How do these methods affect healthy versus unhealthy individuals? In this article we bring you all you need to know about neuroenhancement.
Dementia is one of the biggest issues affecting the elderly. With our life expectancy being greater than ever and its expected further increase in the near future, the different neurodegenerative diseases that are all grouped under the name 'dementia' are important focus areas of therapeutic research. Alzheimer's is the main disease that leads to dementia and in this article we look at the current therapies and the latest innovative approaches to treat it.