Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Sharing food and kissing are among the signals babies use to interpret their social world, according to a new study.
Extra chromosome alters chromosomal conformation and DNA accessibility in neural progenitor cells; study establishes senescence as a potentially targetable mechanism for future treatment.
SENSE.nano symposium highlights the importance of sensing technologies in medical studies.
Infection during pregnancy with elevated levels of the cytokine IL-17a may yield microbiome alterations that prime offspring for aberrant immune responses, mouse study suggests.
Tomosyn’s tight regulation of neurotransmitter release distinguishes functions of two neuron classes at the fly neuromuscular junction.
The new machine-learning system can generate a 3D scene from an image about 15,000 times faster than other methods.
By integrating multiple sensory inputs, a loop of mutual inhibition among a small set of neurons allows worms to switch between long-lasting behavioral states.
Senior Shardul Chiplunkar aims to be a translator between the tech world and the rest of society.
MIT Future Founders Initiative announces prize competition to promote female entrepreneurs in biotech
Nine MIT researchers selected as finalists for 2021 prize supported by Northpond Ventures; grand prize winner to receive $250K toward commercializing her human health-related invention.