Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Study in mice answers long-standing scientific question about the brain’s ability to drive movement.
Researchers will aim to invent an implanted brain-interface device that could transform how artificial systems enhance brain functions.
After treatment, brain-injured mice perform as well as normal mice on memory tests.
Yale researchers say the next step is to prepare for preliminary trials of the drug’s effects on humans.
Detailed structure of protein that anchors to cell’s internal structure shows how it senses movement.
Finding confirms that seizures are not the result of neurons randomly going haywire.
The algorithm allowed researchers to pinpoint the signals from hundreds of individual neurons in a single recording.
New Salk Institute work outlining brain’s visual process could improve self-driving cars and point to therapies for sensory impairment
New Salk method efficiently grows human astrocytes in a dish, advancing studies of stroke, Alzheimer’s and depression.
Salk and UC San Diego scientists conducted vast microglia survey, revealing links to neurodegenerative diseases and psychiatric illnesses.