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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.
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
Jun 17 2021
Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute partners with the Vice Provost for Graduate Education to award Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowships (SIGFs) in the area of neuroscience.
Jun 16 2021 | Stanford News
Stanford’s Center for Open and Reproducible Science aims to make science – and research in general – more effective and accessible.
Jun 14 2021
Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute member Shaul Druckmann, PhD, has been named to receive a 2021 McKnight Foundation Scholar Award for his research into how the brain computes using activity distributed across populations and brain areas.
Two multifunctional cell surface molecules help direct neural network assembly in the developing mouse brain
Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute member Fei-Fei Li is one of 12 members of a new National Artificial Intelligence Research Resource Task Force, which will write a road map for expanding access to critical resources and educational tools that will spur AI innovation and economic prosperity nationwide.
By providing quantitative predictions of how people think about causation, Stanford researchers offer a bridge between psychology and artificial intelligence.

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