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Tiny high-tech probes reveal how information flows across the brain

January 21, 2021

In the largest study of its kind to date, scientists use ‘Neuropixels’ probes to capture details of how the mouse brain sees the world

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These visual neurons catch what we might miss

December 16, 2020

When mice see faint objects approaching head on, certain neurons kick into gear — possibly to warn them

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Allen Institute announces 2020 Next Generation Leaders

November 18, 2020

Six early-career neuroscientists will participate in unique advisory council for the Institute

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Eric Isaac | #BlackExcellence

February 28, 2021

Black History Month 2021, we're celebrating Black excellence at the Allen Institute. Here in his own words is Software Engineer Eric Isaac.

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Jacquie Estep | #BlackExcellence

February 23, 2021

Black History Month 2021, we're celebrating Black Excellence across the Allen Institute. Here in her own words is Program Manager Jacquie Estep

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Alice Mukora | #BlackExcellence

February 17, 2021

Black History Month 2021, we're celebrating Black Excellence across the Allen Institute. Here in her own words is Data Analyst Alice Mukora.

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Delissa McMillen | #BlackExcellence

February 8, 2021

Black History Month 2021, we're celebrating Black excellence across the Allen Institute. Here in her own words is Research Associate Delissa McMillen.

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Yeme Bishaw | #BlackExcellence

February 1, 2021

Black History Month 2021, we're celebrating Black Excellence across the Allen Institute. Here in her own words is Research Associate Yeme Bishaw.

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News from the Allen Institute for Brain Science: January 2021

January 28, 2021

Read about our latest studies on Neuropixels probes and visual neurons, and register for upcoming events

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Tiny high-tech probes reveal how information flows across the brain

January 21, 2021

In the largest study of its kind to date, scientists use ‘Neuropixels’ probes to capture details of how the mouse brain sees the world

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Starved but unable to eat: Life with Crohn’s

December 23, 2020

Aldan Beaubien was diagnosed with Crohn's disease in high school. Now an IT engineer at a research institute studying the disease, he has new hope for better treatments or even a cure.

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These visual neurons catch what we might miss

December 16, 2020

When mice see faint objects approaching head on, certain neurons kick into gear — possibly to warn them

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2020: Year in review

December 14, 2020

A look back at science highlights from a year like no other, from the Allen Institute’s research in the immune system, brain, cell biology and the frontiers of science

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News from the Allen Institute: December 2020

December 10, 2020

Highlights include, our latest Lab Notes podcast, our 2020 Annual Report, links found between unsung brain cells and Huntington's disease, and more.

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2020 Annual Report: Science is...

December 9, 2020

Science is a new perspective. Science is critical. Science is life-changing. Science is... We explore these concepts in our 2020 annual report.

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Can we find gratitude in 2020?

November 23, 2020

In the lead-up to Thanksgiving, Allen Institute researchers and staff share what they are grateful for, in this strange and trying year

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News from the Allen Institute for Brain Science: November 2020

November 18, 2020

Highlights include: a new study using the Patch-seq method to classify cell types in the mammalian brain, the 2020 cohort of Next Generation Leaders announced, progress in our efforts to build a wiring diagram of the brain, and more.

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Projects launch to map the nucleus, the information center of our cells

October 15, 2020

Through the NIH-funded 4D Nucleome program, new efforts are underway to model the nucleus in human stem cells and capture 3D genome organization in mouse and human brain cells.

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An automated pipeline for understanding how the brain is wired

October 2, 2020

Allen Institute for Brain Science researchers built an automated electron microscopy pipeline to help us understand how the brain is wired.

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