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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.
By listening to the chatter among brain cells, an expert in brain-computer interfaces says an era of thought-controlled computers is not far off.
Jun 1 2021
Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute advances its ambitious “Big Ideas” Initiatives to the next level
Jun 1 2021 | Stanford Today
Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute members Guosong Hong and Justin Du Bois have been awarded the Walter J. Gores Award for Excellence in Teaching
May 27 2021 | Stanford News
Stanford has awarded the Stanford Alumni Association (SAA) Outstanding Achievement Award to three graduating seniors, including MARÍA VALENTINA SUÁREZ-NIETO, one of Wu Tsai Neuroscience Institute's inaugural NeURO fellows and part of the SUNS leadership team.
May 25 2021 | Stanford News
Researchers created an algorithm to identify similar cell types from species – including fish, mice, flatworms and sponges – that have diverged for hundreds of millions of years, which could help fill in gaps in our understanding of evolution.
May 24 2021 | Stanford News
Lee D. Ross, a world-renowned psychologist known for his work on biases in decision-making, has died.
May 14 2021 | Stanford Medicine
Brain tissue research points to link between genetic condition and schizophrenia