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Mechanics paves the way for nerve cells
By tracking real-time changes in physical properties of the embryonic brain, researchers from the Franze lab have shown that changes in brain stiffness tell growing nerve cells which way to turn
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Kristian Franze interviewed by The Node
Franze and lab members Joy Thompson and Sarah Foster talk about their recent Nature Neuroscience paper
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Machine learning tool improves tracking of tiny moving particles
A new automated tool developed by the Franze Lab and driven by machine learning technology may make it easier and faster for scientists to track the movement of tiny particles inside living cells
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Neurons feel the force – physical interactions control brain development
Researchers have identified a new mechanism controlling brain development: that neurons not only ‘smell’ chemicals in their environment, but also ‘feel’ their way through the developing brain.
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The soft mechanical signature of glial scars in the central nervous system
New study by Franze lab on Nature Communications reveals possible reasons why neurons do not regenerate after injury in mammals
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