On May 18, Michael Kennedy will deliver a talk, “The Power of Community: Improving STEM Futures for Urban Youth” at 7:00 p.m. at Janelia Research Campus
New research from Janelia scientists suggests the brain is organized into modules that work together to maintain critical functions, even in the face of disturbances.
HHMI scientists have discovered a command center in the brain that controls how much insects eat and how quickly they consume their food.
HHMI, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Wellcome Trust, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation announce the International Research Scholars Program which aims to support up to 50 outstanding early career scientists worldwide.
In only the second time in history, all five Canada Gairdner International Awards are being given to one topic -- CRISPR-Cas technology.
HHMI scientists identify a region of the brain that is critical in translating danger signals detected by the nose into physiological responses.
Janelia announces the establishment of the neuronal cell biology program and recruitment of the first group leaders.
HHMI scientists identify a gene that might serve as a molecular link between mood and the circadian clock.
HHMI researchers have identified 27 genes in brain stem cells that are prone to a type of DNA damage called double-strand breaks.
New study suggests why mice with cystic fibrosis mutations can stave off bacterial infections in their lungs.
New experiments at HHMI's Janelia Research Campus show that activity in the cortex is critical for enacting a learned skill.
The MouseLight Project team at Janelia unveils a microscope and method for long-range tracing of neurons in the mouse brain.
New study suggests that graded changes in gene expression are an organizing principle for CA1 pyramidal cells in the hippocampus.
On February 24, HHMI investigator Bonnie Bassler will deliver a talk, “Tiny Conspiracies: Cell-to-Cell Communication in Bacteria,” at 7:00 p.m. at Janelia Research Campus.
Research uncovers new information about the biological processes that help ensure that two fly species don't interbreed.
HHMI researchers have discovered a molecular mechanism that enables plants to detect when they are in the shade of other plants and adapt by speeding up their growth.
Using an advanced imaging system with adaptive optics, Janelia scientists have uncovered new details about how the brain processes visual information.
New research examines why some children born with heart defects also have developmental disabilities.
Researchers learn more details about how CRISPR works in cells.
Scientists show they can control whether mice perceive a taste as bitter or sweet by activating two small areas of the brain.
HHMI investigators Karl Deisseroth and Helen Hobbs are among five scientists honored for transformative advances toward understanding living systems and extending human life.
HHMI scientists have identified a set of proteins that plays a surprisingly broad role in guiding tissue formation in plant roots.
Within less than a second, the new IsoView microscope produces images of entire organisms, such as a zebrafish or fruit fly embryo, with enough resolution in all three dimensions that each cell appears as a distinct structure.
HHMI's Paul Modrich shares 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Tomas Lindahl and Aziz Sancar for studies of DNA repair.
New research indicates individual human neurons may harbor up to 1,000 genetic mutations.