Brain science

Journeying Through the Enigma of the Ocean: Insights from Biologging and Biotelemetry

Exploring the Mysterious World of Marine Life with Biologging and Biotelemetry

Journeying Through the Enigma of the Ocean: Insights from Biologging and Biotelemetry In our world, marine creatures lead mysterious lives beneath the depths of the ocean. They live a life vastly different from their terrestrial counterparts, leaving us with questions about their behavior and ecology. However, how do we uncover the secrets of these enigmatic […]

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Breaking the Sleep Mold: Chinstrap Penguins Revolutionize Understanding of Sleep

Manitty is featured in Science 30 Nov 2023 Vol 382, Issue 6674 A Feat Recognized by the Pinnacle of Science Journals In the ever-evolving landscape of scientific discovery, our recent research on the sleep patterns of chinstrap penguins has achieved a remarkable milestone. We are thrilled to announce that this groundbreaking study, conducted in collaboration

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Hans Berger (1873-1941)

From Animal Brains to Mind-Controlled Machines: The EEG Adventure

Richard Caton discovered brain electricity in animals in 1875 Unraveling Brain Activity Electroencephalography (EEG) is a remarkable non-invasive technique that unveils the electrical symphony of the brain. With a rich history spanning over a century, its evolution from inception to modern-day applications is truly captivating. Richard Caton’s Pioneering Contribution Our journey commences in 1875 with

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The Ever-Changing Brain: A Lifelong Journey of Learning and Growth

Neuroplasticity’s significant role in learning and growth In the realm of neuroscience, a revolutionary concept has taken center stage: neuroplasticity. This remarkable ability of the brain to rewire itself holds profound implications, from aiding rehabilitation after injuries to enabling lifelong learning. Within the pages of Norman Doidge’s enlightening work, ‘The Brain That Changes Itself,’ readers

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