Researchers spot brain cells that help drive gender-specific sexual behavior
Blocking age-related protein activity can revitalize older muscles
Keeping joint movement pain-free
A brain implant developed by Stanford University scientists has been shown in mice to be able to record the activity of thousands of individual neurons.
An engineer sways tissue samples to behave in the lab like they would inside us
Inflammation from a simple infection can awaken a silent genetic defect in rats that carry it, resulting in a deadly form of pulmonary hypertension, a study shows.
Stimulating cells that jump in to protect healthy tissues in MS patients when their immune systems attack could lead to new drug therapies, researcher says.
Understanding the neurology of snoozing zebrafish could solve the mysteries of human sleep
Making research more inclusive