An expanding arcade of video games takes aim at easing autism traits, from poor visual attention to problems with motor skills. But how useful — and fun — are these games, really?
Watch the complete replay of Feng Zhang discussing current genome editing technologies and the future of these tools.
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.
Researchers can enjoy a complete collection of organoid-related publications, transgenerational effects on the brain are tied to a powerful estrogen, and an app that translates infant cries might aid autism research.
Researchers have built a tablet-based tool that uses machine learning to make screening for autism easy and efficient.
A small wristband gives caregivers a one-minute warning that an individual with autism is about to become aggressive toward himself or others.
A new law’s increased protections on privacy are likely to make research projects involving big data less efficient, more complex and more difficult to reproduce.
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.
Modified versions of molecules found in fireflies make brain cells glow so brightly they are visible from outside the body.
A checklist for fragile X syndrome could help identify people with the condition in low-resource settings, France unveils a plan for early diagnosis and education of children with autism, and virally inserted ‘bar codes’ help track individual neurons.
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