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Aug 30 2022 | Stanford Medicine
Diabetes treatment technology improved teenagers’ blood sugar levels and benefited their brain structure and function, according to a study led by Stanford Medicine researchers.
Aug 29 2022 | Stanford Report
Shen aims to advance institute philosophy focused on promoting interdisciplinary collaboration and cultivating the next generation of innovative leaders.
Aug 28 2022 | CBC News
Lawrence Fung, director of the Stanford Neurodiversity Project, has a son with autism. Though he was initially told his son would struggle, Fung and his wife sought to give him every opportunity. Fung’s son has since gone on to attend college.
By studying the independent evolution of the cephalopod nervous system, researchers like Matt McCoy seek to look past the differences to see common features that could teach us fundamental truths about the evolution of intelligence itself.
Aug 24 2022 | Scope Blog
From inspecting bacteria that dwell in deep-sea mussels to those that live in the stomach and cause ulcers, Geier is peeking into another world, rife with rarely seen interactions.
Clever design leads to a polymer that combines stretchiness with high electrical conductivity.
Aug 19 2022 | Stanford Engineering
Abnormal levels of neuronal synchronicity is a hallmark of many neurological conditions. A Stanford professor discusses how to alleviate their symptoms.
Aug 17 2022 | Stanford Medicine
Stanford-led study gives new insight into how epilepsy, pregnancy and symptoms of mood disorders interact.
Aug 16 2022 | WIRED
Sophia Papp emerged from an accident with her personality transformed. She tried to continue on as before—until she realized she could reinvent herself.
Grace Gengoux, director of the Autism Intervention Clinic at Stanford, shares an effective approach to therapy for children with autism.