Science Weekly: Creativity is all about connections

Science Weekly

Researchers from Duke University and the University of Padova have hammered another nail into the right-brain creativity myth. They suggest that the increased communication of both hemispheres is what helps […]

Science Weekly: Getting rid of guesswork in depression treatment

Science Weekly

A new blood test might help to eliminate the trial-and-error game that physicians currently play while prescribing antidepressants to those suffering from depression. Dr. Madhukar Trivedi, lead researcher from UT […]

Science Weekly: Links between brain structure and ADHD found

Science Weekly

A study published in “The Lancet Psychiatry” has linked attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) with brain development delays. This is the largest study surrounding ADHD to date, with over 3,200 subjects […]

Idle engines are the inversion’s playthings

Science Weekly

Utah is well-known for many things: national parks, great snow and the Jazz, but Utah is especially known for its bad air quality. While there are numerous contributors to the […]

Science Weekly: Young girls believe boys are naturally smarter

Science Weekly

Young girls are more likely associate intelligence with males rather than females, a new study from New York University, the University of Illinois and Princeton University said. Lin Bian, doctoral […]

Science Weekly: Holographic communications within reach

Science Weekly

The world is one step closer to communicating via hologram, thanks to a group of physicists from The Australian National University. The team invented a small device which has the […]

Science Weekly: Political beliefs bound in brain physiology

Science Weekly

After a polarizing election year, and a less-than-peaceful transition of power, it is becoming increasingly apparent that political beliefs are tied to emotions. Neuroscientists from the Brain and Creativity Institute […]