It's no wonder that dogs understand us so well. We have a lot in common, even in terms of how our brains work, a study finds. Continue reading →
Our quest for cute dogs has resulted in an unimaginably painful condition that changes how the brains of tiny dogs grow. Continue reading →
Humans appear to be responsible for rapid brain growth seen over the past 100 years in small mammals from both urban and rural areas.
A thought observed channeling through a fish's brain was about -- you guessed it -- food. ->