A new paper examines how neuron-like implants could treat brain disorders

A new paper explores why neuron-like implants could offer a better way to treat brain disorders, control prosthetics, or even enhance cognitive abilities.

Caitlin McDermott-Murphy | Sept. 20, 2019 | harvard
~6 mins   

Tags: science-technology alzheimers-disease brain charles-lieber chemistry deep-brain-stimulation learning memory mind nanotechnology nature-biotechnology neurological-disease neuroscience neurosurgery parkinsons-disease psychiatric-disorders

Harvard researcher finds canine brains vary based on breed

Erin Hecht, who joined the faculty in January, has published her first paper on our canine comrades in the Journal of Neuroscience, finding that different breeds have different brain organizations owing to human cultivation of specific traits.

Jill Radsken | Sept. 3, 2019 | harvard
~7 mins   

Tags: science-technology brains breeds dogs erin-hecht fas human-evolutionary-biology jill-radsken neuroscience science

New 3D mini brain models accelerate neuroscience research

Research led by scientists at Harvard and the Broad Institute has optimized the process of making human brain “organoids” — miniature 3D organ models — so they consistently follow growth patterns observed in the developing human brain.

Harvard Gazette | June 5, 2019 | harvard
~8 mins   

Tags: science-technology aviv-regev basic-research brain broad-insitute crispr doug-melton neuroscience organoids paola-arlotta reproducibility silvia-velasco single-cell-sequencing steven-hyman yoshiki-sasai

Broad Institute researchers develop 3D mini brain models

Research led by scientists at Harvard and the Broad Institute has optimized the process of making human brain “organoids” — miniature 3D organ models — so they consistently follow growth patterns observed in the developing human brain.

Harvard Gazette | June 5, 2019 | harvard
~8 mins   

Tags: science-technology aviv-regev basic-research brain crispr doug-melton neuroscience organic paola-arlotta reproducibility silvia-velasco single-cell-sequencing steven-hyman yoshiki-sasai

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