Scientists have created five monkey clones, all carrying an edit to a specific gene.
Emerging tools and techniques that may advance autism research.
New artificial-intelligence software detects and analyzes the ultrasonic squeaks and cries that constitute inaudible rodent language.
A flexible electrode array can record the firing of hundreds of rat neurons for months on end.
A customizable Styrofoam mold minimizes head movements during brain scans, enabling researchers to produce clearer images.
A two-belt treadmill attached to a specialized display suggests that people with autism have a distinct walking style.
A cell atlas and a cell-culture method promise to advance scientists’ understanding of the placenta and its effects on a fetus.
A new analysis of brain scans highlights variations in the cerebellum, a brain area implicated in autism.
A multicolor labeling method stains neurons brightly enough to reveal the thin connections between individual cells.
A new technique may reveal how mutations on the X chromosome alter various types of cells in the brain.
Molecules from alpacas may enable scientists to identify cell types in the brain while also revealing their interior structures.