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Study reveals experimental hearing implant succeeds in registering brain waves

Research by KU Leuven and manufacturer Cochlear on a few human test subjects has shown for the first time that this is possible

Published on 30th March 2021

Learning new language leads to measurable changes in brain activity: Study

Researchers followed 15 volunteers as they moved to Tokyo and completed introductory Japanese classes for at least three hours each day

Published on 28th March 2021

The Trainer Brainer: Don’t be an ‘emergency addict’ and look for shortcuts in life

When you are working in emergency mode, you will tend to look for shortcut answers in life. There is no shortcut to success

Published on 27th March 2021

The Trainer Brainer: How personalising your online learning process can be effective

You will come to terms with your limitations in learning and will be able to take corrective steps

Published on 21st March 2021

The Trainer Brainer: How does one learn online?

You are paying for an online course based on a specific need to equip yourself with a certain skill

Published on 13th March 2021

Study suggests that getting sound sleep could heal traumatic brain injuries

According to the study, those who slept poorly had more evidence of enlarged spaces and more post-concussive symptoms

Published on 13th March 2021

Study finds that energy deficiency in brain cells may up Parkinson's risk

According to the team, Parkinson's disease is caused by the loss of dopaminergic cells in substantia nigra pars compacta, a key component of the ventral midbrain

Published on 10th March 2021

IIT Madras researchers find energy deficiency in some brain cells to be a major cause for Parkinson’s Disease

Moving forward in the next five years, this type of framework will help in providing personalized medicine for PD patients rather than the currently employed trial and error approach

Published on 10th March 2021

Women's Day: Here's how Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay is helping doctors understand the impact of toxins on the brain

Through her groundbreaking research on neurotoxicology, Sanghamitra is analysing the impact of metal and pesticides on the developing human brain

Published on 8th March 2021

The Trainer Brainer: Why should you study online an dhow it's quite easy to be successful at it

Here's a tip: Understand your performance gaps to the industry expectation and get professional links from your course

Published on 27th February 2021

NIMHANS launches international project Brain Infections Global on World Encephalitis Day

Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) continues to pose a major clinical and public health challenge globally

Published on 23rd February 2021

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham ties up with EU's Human Brain Project to study brain diseases

A memorandum of understanding was signed between Amrita Vidyapeetham and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland, for working together on the project

Published on 22nd February 2021

The Trainer Brainer: Here's why self-care is important all the time

Positive self-esteem based on the foundation of self-care will be a winning combination online. Reward yourself on completing a task or for finishing an assignment

Published on 22nd February 2021

Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia urges universities to reflect on how to stop 'brain drain' 

Sisodia, who is also Delhi's education minister, said there are certain challenges that universities and educators alike face in the current landscape of Indian education

Published on 16th February 2021

The Trainer Brainer: Why you should commit to online learning to get the best results

It is important to create a mental note that online education is now the actual education and that it is no way inferior to the regular form of education

Published on 15th February 2021

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