An ingestible electronic capsule enables researchers to instantaneously detect molecules associated with gastrointestinal issues.
Emerging tools and techniques that may advance autism research.
Shining laser light into mouse brains reveals chatter among separate sets of neurons, showing how the cells produce complex behaviors.
Four new techniques expand the repertoire of the gene editor CRISPR.
Two new parent questionnaires could help clinicians identify autism in babies and in members of racial or ethnic minority groups.
A new method helps researchers map the patterns of chemical tags in large batches of cells.
Exposing fertilized chicken eggs to valproic acid, an epilepsy drug, yields chicks with apparent social deficits.
Four new imaging techniques published over the past few months enable researchers to easily visualize cells and other features in tissue slices and living brains.
A new map reveals the routes of individual neurons in visual regions of the mouse brain.
A new neuroimaging device that is worn like a helmet enables researchers to map the functional activity of a person’s brain as she moves her head.