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News from the Allen Institute for Immunology: November 2019
November 13, 2019
Highlights include a patients journey with melanoma, a feature on Immunology director Peter Skene, a Q&A with the Allen Institute for Immunology's first employee, and more.
Peter Skene | Transforming outcomes for patients
November 13, 2019
See how Peter Skene, director of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry at the Allen Institute for Immunology is working to transform outcomes for patients.
Out of Balance | Maria’s journey with melanoma
November 11, 2019
A fortuitous event led to an early diagnosis. Ten years later, her cancer journey is not over.
News from The Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group: November 2019
November 7, 2019
Highlights include newly awarded Allen Distinguished Investigators, a DREAM Challenge on developmental lineage, research on brain-intestine circadian signals, and more.
The Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group Names New Allen Distinguished Investigators
November 6, 2019
A new high-resolution map of how the brain is wired
October 30, 2019
4 takeaways from 2019’s largest neuroscience meeting
October 29, 2019
More than 27,000 brain scientists gathered at SfN to share their latest and greatest research findings. Here are a few among many standouts.
News from the Allen Institute for Cell Science: October 2019
October 29, 2019
Highlights include a new method developed to make more realistic computer graphics, a Cell Method tutorial, upcoming events, and more.
How Hollywood’s latest animation technique is shedding new light on cell biology
October 28, 2019
A method developed to make more realistic computer graphics now forms the backbone of new 3D cell visualization tool
Scientists find mouse neurons that are unique to male or female brains
October 17, 2019
Study linking behaviors with cells in an ancient section of the brain also pinpointed a neuron tied to social fear
News from the Allen Institute for Brain Science: October 2019
October 16, 2019
Highlights include new findings that could explain why many psychiatric drugs don't work in human trials, newly released Neuropixels data, three collaborative Openscope projects and more.
Allen Institute debuts new window into brain cell communication
October 14, 2019
New grants to study the aging brain and build better tools to access brain cells
October 8, 2019
NIH funding will support an atlas of aging mouse brain cell types and a toolkit to light up specific brain cell types
Data Stories | How a weight loss drug acts on the brain
October 7, 2019
Scientists at a pharmaceutical company want to know how the drug they developed for weight management affects the brain. Allen Institute resources are helping them figure it out.
A computational challenge to help developmental biology
October 1, 2019
Q&A with the scientists and organizers behind a new competition to use machine learning to reconstruct an entire animal’s developmental lineage
Allen Institute announces 2019 Next Generation Leaders
September 25, 2019
Three collaborative studies launch on ‘OpenScope,’ a shared observatory for neuroscience
September 24, 2019
2019 projects will tackle Alzheimer’s disease, motion detection, and how the brain processes contextual information
Allen Cell Methods: Cryopreservation of clonal human iPS cell lines in 96-well plates
September 23, 2019
To ensure researchers have success working with our human iPS cell lines in their lab, our Amanda Haupt demonstrates how to cryopreserve these cellls in 96-well plates.
16 inspiring scientific images
September 20, 2019
16 inspiring – and just plain beautiful – scientific images from across divisions at the Allen Institute
How the gut keeps time — and keeps us healthy
September 18, 2019
New study identifies brain-intestine circadian signals that could underlie health problems related to night shift work and poor sleep
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