Researchers combine a newly developed wearable motion sensor with deep learning technology to distinguish between children with anxiety or depression, and those without.
MIT researchers have developed a new sensor that is able to track and monitor dopamine in the brain for up to a year. The sensor could be a useful tool in monitoring dopamine levels in those with Parkinson's disease, depression and other conditions linked to dopamine deficiencies.
Researchers have developed an ultra fast sensor that binds to glutamate. The sensor, dubbed iGluu, is being made available to other researchers to further their neuroscience studies.