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handshake illustration: Lee Zakai
03.03.2015

People sniff their hands twice as much after a handshake, according to a Weizmann Institute study

Avital Hahamy and Prof. Rafi Malach
02.02.2015

How do our bodies synchronize our two halves – hands and brain?

Some brains are idiosyncratic
21.01.2015

A new Weizmann Institute study reveals the idiosyncratic brain patterns of autism

Japanese and Israeli scientists at the Advances in Brain Sciences conference
21.01.2015

The Advances in Brain Sciences conference was held at the Weizmann Institute and hosted with the RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan

bat
03.12.2014

A study on bats' flight pinpoints the neurons that tell us which way we are headed
 

smoked fish
12.11.2014

Volunteers smoked less after a night of olfactory conditioning

 

Immunofluorescence microscope image of the choroid plexus. Epithelial cells are in green and chemokine proteins (CXCL10) are in red
29.09.2014

Weizmann Institute researchers suggest that the brain's “immunological age” is what counts...

Measuring the response to novelty: A mouse repeatedly touches the object and pulls away (nose and whisker contacts are color-coded; d is the distance of the snout from the object)
22.09.2014
A mathematical model shows how our brains may take in novelty
backcrossing wild-derived mice with lab mice infographic
05.08.2014

A new mouse model enables research into the neural and genetic roots of social behavior, including reproduction and maternal...

Dr. Yaniv Ziv
21.07.2014

Dr. Yaniv Ziv want to know how our brain keeps memories of individual events in order

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