There are still no treatments for traumatic brain injury, though Barclay Morrison offers cause for hope.
New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs in biotechnology--and what they mean.
Cheap device could replace syringes
New cell imaging technology could give researchers an insight into complicated diseases
Novel therapies fill the pipeline
Treatments that would tackle protein buildup are in trials
Researchers have built a device that could be used to deliver drugs to sepcific tissues
An instrument to detect tiny tumors
Some seemingly unconscious patients have startlingly complex brain activity. What does that mean about their potential for recovery? And what can it tell us about the nature of consciousness?
New twists on fluorescence imaging are allowing researchers to look closer than ever before.