1. Brain

    Swedish Rhapsody

    Celebrations honoring the world's top scientists brought students from many countries to Sweden to tour, learn, talk, and party.

  2. Brain

    Sleep to Remember Places and Routes

    Deep sleep may help your brain solidify memories of where you've been and how you got there.

  3. Brain

    Fruit fly brain has two clocks

    Fruit flies have not one, but two built-in clocks to regulate daily activity.

  4. Brain

    Hearing Better in the Dark

    Blind people are better at locating distant sounds than people who can see.

  5. Brain

    Fair play

    Studying dogs, monkeys, and other animals at play can teach us about fairness and cooperation.

  6. Brain

    Nature May Nurture Paying Attention

    A green environment can help kids with attention disorders concentrate.

  7. Brain

    Reading problems show cultural differences

    The language you use may affect the type of reading problem you have.

  8. Brain

    Seeing Red and Blue and . . .

    Seeing lots of colors when you're young might determine how well you recognize hues later in life.

  9. Brain

    Music lessons for the brain

    Taking music lessons may help you become a little bit smarter.

  10. Brain

    A dog’s amazingly large vocabulary

    A border collie named Rico recognizes a surprisingly large number of words.

  11. Brain

    Little Toys, Supersize Mistakes

    Toddlers sometimes treat small objects, such as toy cars or dollhouse chairs, as if they're much larger.

  12. Brain

    Charging up the brain for reading

    Some kids can become better readers if they learn how written letters match up with speech sounds.