To fully realise the potential of medical technology, A*STAR scholar Daryl Jude Lawrence explains why scientists should move beyond the lab and experience the inner workings of industry-level production and entrepreneurship.
Non-invasive imaging technology reveals how radiation exposure in the brain, particularly early in life, damages delicate brain tissue.
Metabolic changes in the neurons of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis may be reversed with vitamin B3 supplements.
Scientists have identified a network of neurons that drives overeating in response to environmental cues, rather than genuine hunger.
Researchers have identified a pain pathway that suppresses hunger, opening the door to understanding how pain quells other competing behaviors.
In the search for new therapeutics and diagnostic tools, Sherry Aw is unraveling the biology behind movement disorders using the humble fruit fly.
Single-cell genomic technology is providing fresh perspectives on the origins of microglia, ancient immune sentinels found in the brain.
A*STAR researchers uncover how bacteria and the immune system generate alarm behavior in fish.
An automated machine learning system for analyzing leg movements in fruit flies is helping A*STAR researchers shed light on how neurodegenerative diseases develop.
Light-sensitive molecule silences neural circuits for brain research
A strategy for efficiently converting stem cells to neurons offers a potent neurological research tool