Autism traits are recorded predominantly by clinicians with their own subjective biases. Can technology do it better?
Two new resources may aid the study of synapses, the junctions between neurons.
A cache of about 100 brain organoids grown from human cells is expected to launch into orbit this month.
A new system enables researchers to automatically track the social behavior of up to four mice for days at a time.
New versions of the DNA editor CRISPR enable scientists to turn off specific genes in rats, detect mutations in human tissue and delete segments of the genome.
A new method for growing brain organoids allows them to survive for up to a year — more than four times as long as is possible with other methods.
Researchers say they are unimpressed with a study that underpins a tech company’s new digital therapy for autism.