Karl Deisseroth and his team at Stanford University make mouse brains transparent to explore their inner workings.
By Kelly Rae Chi | November 1, 2013
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November 21, 2013
There is no one at Stanford named Diesseroth. Now can we have articles about Marie Cruie and Frederick Snager, the two-time Nobelists?
By Jef Akst
Converting sights to sounds reveals that the brains of congenitally blind people respond similarly to various objects as those of subjects who can see.
By Tracy Vence
A blood test can predict whether an asymptomatic older adult will develop cognitive impairment or Alzheimer’s disease within two to three years, a study shows.
By Kerry Grens
A greater number of genetic mutations among autistic girls, compared to their male counterparts, suggests that the female brain can better handle such variations.
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