A ubiquitous spectrolaminar motif of local field potential power across the primate cortex
The spectrolaminar pattern characterized by an increasing deep-to-superficial layer gradient of gamma frequency LFP power peaking in layers 2/3, and an increasing superficial-to-deep gradient of alpha-beta power peaking in layers 5/6

Most detailed map of brain’s memory hub finds connectivity puzzle
Fewer links uncovered to frontal lobes, but more to visual networks

Illuminating a mysterious brain structure
Neuroscientists are shedding literal light on the mouse claustrum, a tiny part of the brain with an outsized number of connections

STEPS 4.0 towards large-scale biologically-relevant simulations
Simulating neurons down to the level of their biochemistry in order to understand their behavior and properties is a complex computational challenge

A mind-body interface alternates with effector-specific regions in motor cortex
Researchers have identified the Mind-Body Interface, a novel distributed network within human primary motor cortex that disrupts the famous but incorrect motor homunculus, and that exhibits strong connections to high-level control networks

Mapping neurotransmitter systems to the structural and functional organization of the human neocortex
There are collate positron emission tomography data from more than 1,200 healthy individuals to construct a whole-brain three-dimensional normative atlas of 19 receptors and transporters across nine different neurotransmitter systems.

A new way to merge electro/magnetoencephalography and tractography to measure conduction delays in multiple sclerosis
Researchers of the Human Brain Project have developed a new methodology to calculate the delay of signal propagations in brains of patients

Large-scale waves of activity in the neonatal mouse brain in vivo occur almost exclusively during sleep cycles
Spontaneous electrical activity plays major roles in the development of cortical circuitry. This activity can occur highly localized regions or can propagate over the entire cortex. Both types of activity coexist during early development

NSG Virtual workshop
The Neuroscience Gateway (NSG) will host a Virtual workshop as a part of the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting in San Diego, November 2022

eLife’s New Model: Changing the way you share your research
From next year, eLife is eliminating accept/reject decisions after peer review, instead focusing on public reviews and assessments of preprints

Meta-connectomic analysis maps consistent, reproducible, and transcriptionally relevant functional connectome hubs in the human brain
Here, we conduct a worldwide harmonized meta-connectomic analysis by pooling resting-state functional MRI data of 5212 healthy young adults across 61 independent cohorts

How the brain focuses on what’s in mind
When holding information in mind, neural activity is more focused when and where there are bursts of gamma frequency rhythms

How the brain generates rhythmic behavior
MIT neuroscientists have identified an oscillatory circuit that controls the rhythmic movement of mouse whiskers

Constructive connectomics: How neuronal axons get from here to there using gene-expression maps derived from their family trees
During brain development, billions of axons must navigate over multiple spatial scales to reach specific neuronal targets, and so build the processing circuits that generate the intelligent behavior of animals

When Alzheimer’s degrades cells that cross hemispheres, visual memory suffers
Cross-hemisphere interactions are suddenly getting interesting after decades of neglect

This Man Set the Record for Wearing a Brain-Computer Interface
Implanted devices let people control computers and prosthetic limbs with their minds. But nobody knows how long they’ll last—and when they’ll need upgrades

EBRAINS Brain Atlas enables researchers to gain a deeper understanding of brain organization
The study demonstrates a method to unravel structure-function relationships by using the multilevel Julich-Brain Atlas on EBRAINS to bridge the different scales of brain organisation. The findings provide insight into the visual, auditory, somatosensory, and motor systems of the brain

The brain processes behind pattern recognition
Human brains learn patterns over time and we don’t even realize it. New insight into how this works could improve learning and other cognitive processes

The End of Baldness? The Chemical Controlling Life and Death in Hair Follicles Identified
A single chemical is key to controlling when hair follicle cells divide, and when they die. This discovery could not only treat baldness, but ultimately speed wound healing because follicles are a source of stem cells.

Patterned Hippocampal Stimulation Facilitates Memory in Patients With a History of Head Impact and/or Brain Injury
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) of the hippocampus for enhancement of memory impaired by injury or disease

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