Creativity is one of humanity’s most distinctive abilities and enduring mysteries. Innovative ideas and solutions have enabled our species to survive existential threats and thrive. Yet, creativity cannot be necessary for survival because many species that do not possess it have managed to flourish far longer than humans. So what drove the evolutionary development of creativity?
Their results pave the way for the treatment of aphasia and other language disorders.
By transplanting V2a interneurons, researchers improved respiratory function in mice with spinal cord injuries, a new study reports.