Man walks on treadmill at University of Nebraska at Omaha, Gait Lab

Study finds surprising way to make walking easier

Findings describe a novel way to reduce the energy people spend to walk, as much as by half, which could have applications for therapy received by patients with impaired walking abilities. The...

Antibody research driven by need for better HIV treatment

Ann Hessell, Ph.D., modifies lab-made antibodies to aid HIV fight. Although antibodies are commonly discussed by the general public right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many scientists have...

MRI of the rhesus macaque brain at mid gestation (left), prior to folding and two-thirds through gestation (middle) as folds are forming. Color indicates (right) the angle between the cortical surface and the direction of neighboring fibers within the developing white matter.

New research shows how brain wrinkles might influence brain function

New research clarifies how the brain’s telltale wrinkles and folds develop as a result of mechanical feedback as the brain develops before birth. The study suggests that alterations from the...