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Apr 5 2021 | Stanford Medicine
Researchers at Stanford and KU Leuven have identified more than 70 genes that affect variation in both brain and facial structure. The genes don’t influence cognitive ability, further debunking beliefs that intelligence can be assessed by facial features.
Complex brain surgery cures severe epilepsy in 7-year-old boy.
Mar 24 2021 | Stanford Medicine
Drew Endy, Michael Moseley and Fan Yang have been elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering’s college of fellows, which is composed of distinguished medical and biological engineers.
Mar 22 2021 | Stanford News
Instead of emerging from the coronavirus pandemic resilient to crisis and catastrophe, Stanford psychologist Jamil Zaki asks what if we grew stronger because of it?
Mar 18 2021
We, the Committee on Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging, Equity and Justice (DIBEJ) and the Executive Committee of the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, affirm our strong solidarity with our Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) colleagues in denouncing acts of racism, discrimination, and...
Mar 17 2021 | Stanford News
In separate studies, researchers compared gene regulation related to brain and face development in humans and chimpanzees using a new technique. In both cases, they discovered new genetic differences between these species.
Mar 12 2021 | Stanford Engineering
A linguist and computer scientist explores how AI is expanding from capturing individual words and sentences to modeling the social nature of language.
Mar 11 2021 | Stanford News
A little competition is never a bad thing, especially when it comes to fledging neurons growing in the brain, finds a new Stanford University study.
Mar 1 2021 | Stanford Scope
Years ago, as psychiatrist Allan Reiss, MD, was bicycling on campus, his cellphone rang. He answered it and kept cycling, then a car in front of him stopped.