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Researchers from Wu Tsai Neuro and Stanford HAI settle a seemingly intractable historical debate in neuroscience — opening a world of possibilities for using AI to study the brain.
Jul 21 2021 | Stanford News
A scientific research and technology partnership, led by Stanford and engaging five other public and private universities and institutes, will explore peak human performance with the goal of transforming human health on a global scale.
Jul 20 2021
A dramatic shift in brain activity may act as a neural “conductor” to orchestrate the precise timing of skilled movements, according to research by Mark Schnitzer’s group at the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute.
Jul 8 2021 | Stanford Magazine
STANFORD magazine profiles Wu Tsai Neuro affiliate Manu Prakash, the bioengineer who brought us $1 origami microscopes, paper centrifuges and snorkel-mask PPE.
Jul 6 2021 | Stanford Medicine
Children who learned techniques such as deep breathing and yoga slept longer and better, according to a study by Wu Tsai Neuro members Ruth O'Hara, Victor Carrion and colleagues.
Jul 1 2021 | Stanford News
Stanford researchers show how to print dense transistor arrays on skin-like materials to create stretchable circuits that flex with the body to perform applications yet to be imagined.
Jul 1 2021
In a new study, published July 1 in Cell, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute member Shaul Druckmann, PhD, and collaborator Nuo Li, PhD, at Baylor College of Medicine, provide new insight into what is happening in the brain to determine whether we succeed or fail in these short-term memory tasks, and...
Jun 25 2021 | Stanford Medicine
A detailed molecular analysis of tissue from the brains of individuals who died of COVID-19 by Tony Wyss-Coray and colleagues reveals extensive signs of inflammation and neurodegeneration, but no sign of the virus that causes the disease.
Jun 23 2021 | Stanford Scope
Stanford bioengineer and neuroscientist Karl Deisseroth, MD, PhD, is a pioneer in developing game-changing technologies that enable scientists to probe the brain's circuitry in a methodical search for the roots of behavior.
Jun 21 2021 | Stanford News
Stanford study shows children recycle brain regions when acquiring new skills