A new high-resolution atlas provides the most detailed views of mouse brain structure to date.
Emerging tools and techniques that may advance autism research.
A trove of DNA sequences from 141,456 people — and counting — offers an unparalleled look at genetic variation.
A new method for electroencephalography source localization can noninvasively identify brain networks involved in generating seizures in people with epilepsy.
A new flexible electrode array can detect the activity of neurons in a rat’s brain at high resolution for more than a year.
A new, minimally invasive technique allows researchers to activate neurons in the brains of mice and monkeys by using a light source located outside of the head.
Standardized tests can reliably assess memory, language ability, executive function and other traits in people with intellectual disability linked to autism.
A comprehensive atlas of gene expression by brain region could spur new research on autism.
A new blood test can identify within seven hours whether a person carries the genetic mutation underlying fragile X syndrome.
A new device takes continuous brain images without restricting animals or altering their behavior.
Researchers are using machine learning to improve diagnostic predictions of autism, create interactive support robots, and more.