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Old age changes the way blood accesses the brain
July 7, 2020
A new study in mice shows that contrary to longstanding dogma, blood proteins easily cross into the brain, but transport machinery breaks down with age
News from the Allen Institute for Brain Science: July 2020
July 1, 2020
Highlights include a new center for Alzheimer's disease research, new open science data and tools, a new 3D map of the whole mouse brain and more.
Seattle researchers team up to build hi-res brain map of Alzheimer's disease
June 25, 2020
Cell Shorts | Lab-grown human skin holds promise for skin grafts
June 4, 2020
Researchers have succeeded in growing the most lifelike human skin in the lab to date. Allen Institute for Cell Science cell lines formed the basis for the human skin organoids.
News from the Allen Institute for Cell Science: June 2020
June 2, 2020
Highlights include a new discovery about ALS, two new cell lines, upcoming webinars and education resources and more.
News from The Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group: May 2020
May 20, 2020
Highlights include an important message for our research community, a face mask that detects coronavirus, our new video series #ScienceMatters, and more.
News from the Allen Institute: May 2020
May 14, 2020
Highlights include open resources available to support the bioscience community, a face masks that detects coronavirus, our latest #ScienceMatters video series, a video game to accelerate neuroscience research and more.
Science Matters | Understanding the brain better
May 13, 2020
Allen Distinguished Investigator Ragnhildur Thóra Káradóttir describes how the tools that are available now are helping to support neuroscience, immunology and psychiatric disease research better than ever before.
A new high-resolution, 3D map of the whole mouse brain
May 7, 2020
The reference atlas, years in the making, offers common ground to put neuroscience findings in context
Science Matters | Redefining the immune system
April 29, 2020
Tom Bumol, Ph.D., the Executive Director of the Allen Institute for Immunology, describes his team's efforts to better understand the human immune system in health and disease.
Gamers square off against scientists in online neuron-tracing game
April 29, 2020
Work-and-game-at-home challenge pits Allen Institute researchers — well-versed in neuroscience but new to the online game — against veteran players of ‘Mozak’
Lab Notes #1 | A wearable diagnostic for COVID-19
April 23, 2020
Bioengineer James Collins, Ph.D., discusses his plans to develop wearable diagnostic testing for Covid-19, the new coronavirus.
Scientists are working on a face mask that detects coronavirus
April 23, 2020
Q&A with James Collins, Ph.D., a bioengineer who is developing a diagnostic face mask that signals if the wearer is infected with COVID-19
News from the Allen Institute for Brain Science: April 2020
April 22, 2020
Our buildin may be closed, but we are still open for science. Highlights include new phases for our neuroscience research, a new Data Stories, clues about a rare human brain cell and more.
Science Matters | Investing in science, investing in the future
April 22, 2020
University of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce talks about the importance of investing in science.
Science Matters | Basic science is not basic
April 15, 2020
Allen Distinguished Investigator Clodagh O'Shea from the Salk Institute explains why basic science matters.
‘For most of us, the immune system does the impossible’: Q&A with an immunology expert
April 14, 2020
Immunologist Troy Torgerson shares insights on research in the time of coronavirus, why the immune system is so fascinating, and the largest mysteries of human health and disease
Science Matters | Science that stands the test of time
April 9, 2020
Baljit Khakh from UCLA explains the importance of basic biology research and building a foundation for medical breakthroughs.
Troy Torgerson | Transforming outcomes for patients
April 7, 2020
See how Troy Torgerson, Director of Experimental Immunology at the Allen Institute for Immunology, is leading cross-disciplinary teams to better understand the immune system.
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