A collection of brain scans from monkeys aged 2 weeks to 12 months reveals how their brain structures and nerve tracts develop over time.
Emerging tools and techniques that may advance autism research.
A camera embedded in a pair of eyeglasses can reliably gauge a child’s tendency to look another person in the eye.
Using flashes of light, scientists can spark seizures, tweak cell junctions and motivate mice from afar.
A new approach ranks genes’ ties to autism based on their expression patterns in different types of brain cells.
A curved glass replacement for the top of a mouse's skull lets researchers spy on the activity of more than 1 million neurons.
A newly developed magnetic coil gives researchers a stable, precise way of probing the function of neural circuits.
Two new strains of mice allow researchers to monitor and manipulate brain cells called astrocytes.
A new web-based tool charts the myriad contacts among human proteins.
A new method allows researchers to transform stem cells into miniature intestines with a working nervous system.
A new method allows researchers to watch thousands of neurons firing in concert in the brains of living mice.