Cryogenic electron microscopy is driving a burst of discoveries about how molecules work in health and disease
A dozen Stanford Medicine researchers explain what piques their interest when it comes to molecules
Can Parkinson’s symptoms be stopped?
Researchers find clues into scarring and how to prevent it
One bioengineer’s nuts-and-bolts approach to a biotech-based utopia
A way to communicate for those who can’t speak or produce text in an ordinary way
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
Next-generation biobanking is bridging the gap between research and patients
Plans, dreams and day-to-day work for a team studying the sense of touch