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Home videos of children can be scored to diagnose autism
Algorithms generated through machine learning can sort through observations of children’s behavior in short home videos to determine if the children have autism, a Stanford study has shown.
Stanford’s Cell Sciences Imaging Facility
How Do You See the Inner Working of a Cancer Cell?
Inside a tumor, molecules zip from place to place, and cluster in unusual areas, helping cancer cells multiply at a speedy pace. To stop tumors from growing, scientists often must aim to put the brakes on these molecules. Doing so requires visualizing the molecules and cells in the first place.
The Cell’s Integrated Circuit: A Profile of Lucy Shapiro
Shapiro helped to found the field of systems biology.
Although Lucy Shapiro had taken piano lessons since she was four years old, as a youngster she had no illusions about a career as a musician. But she wanted desperately to go to the High School of Music and Art in Harlem in New York City, rather than her local Manual Training High School in Brooklyn, from which only a few students continued on to college.
Google Glass helps kids with autism read facial expressions – August 2, 2018
Wearing a device that identifies other people’s facial expressions can help children with autism develop better social skills, a Stanford pilot study has demonstrated.
Announcements from Beckman Center
Beckman Center Awards Seed Funding to Five Projects
Innovative Technology Seed Grants
Stanford, CA — November 6, 2018 — The Beckman Center for Molecular and Genetic Medicine recently awarded over $1 million over a two-year period in Technology Development Seed Grants to five teams of investigators.