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August 16, 2017
A team of engineers is looking to the crowd to find out. The result could be better models of our bone, muscle and nerve control systems to help manage movement disorders.
August 10, 2017
Jennifer Cochran, whose research focuses on the development of new technologies for high-throughput protein analysis and engineering, succeeds Norbert Pelc. Her five-year term as the Department of Bioengineering's new Chair begins September 1st this year.
August 8, 2017
A Stanford study suggests that aspects of autism reflect a signaling imbalance in certain neurons in the forebrain. Could reversing this imbalance alleviate some symptoms?
August 7, 2017
Better models of the bone, muscles and nerves that control our bodies could help doctors manage movement disorders like cerebral palsy. A new competition is crowdsourcing the search for those tools.
August 2, 2017
Stanford researchers used advanced lab technologies to show, in mice, that symptoms of autism can be countered by reducing the ratio of excitatory to inhibitory neuronal firing in the forebrain.