Adopting an entrepreneurial mindset pushed Tse to define her research priorities as she launched her lab.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
Angie Voyles Askham
Travel to the Society for Neuroscience conference is responsible for tens of thousands of metric tons of carbon emissions, according to a new study, but neuroscientists have yet to agree on what that should mean for the future of the in-person meeting.
The collection offers a glimpse into differences in cell composition — across people and brain regions — that may shape neural function.
A combination of automation and social curation can help keep early-career researchers from drowning in the sea of scientific publications.
After 10 years of work, Neurona may have the data to quiet its skeptics. But its ongoing clinical trial will be the ultimate test.
A new individualized approach to transcranial magnetic stimulation may one day be an effective treatment for social and communication difficulties, if the results from Duan’s small preliminary trial pan out.
An experimental drug improves sensory sensitivities in fragile X model mice — but only if it’s administered after certain brain circuits have formed, according to a new unpublished study.