Can a humble typeface improve your mental processes? A team of experts have developed a hard-to-read font specifically designed to help you remember things — aptly named Sans Forgetica.
Australian scientists make a remarkable discovery about what is lurking in the brains of people with schizophrenia, giving them new clues about what might cause the illness, and hope for better drug treatments.
After a career spanning almost 40 years, jockey Dale Spriggs estimates he suffered between 20 and 30 concussions. He's the first jockey to pledge his brain to the Australian Sports Brain Bank which is studying the link between concussion and brain injury.
We all experience pleasure differently but problems with our ability to manage or maintain our drive for reward often lie at the root of many neuropsychiatric disorder, writes James Kesby.
The things teenagers choose to do can be baffling, but it's okay — they're in a different stage of brain development.
We already know too much salt can lead to stroke and heart disease. But could it also affect your mind?
Most Australians would agree they have a right to privacy, a right not to incriminate themselves, and a right to freedom of thought. Mind-reading technology known as brain fingerprinting threatens all three.
Why do many of us still recall so vividly and tell stories of our hedonistic younger days? Why do such memories remain rosy and important touchstones?
While it's well known some soldiers return home with post-traumatic stress disorder, less is known about soldiers coming back with physical brain injuries.
Researchers from the University of New South Wales develop a fast and simple test to measure decline in brain function.