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A common genetic cause of ALS leads to toxic protein build-up, but we may now have a way of stopping it
One piece of the puzzle that is Lou Gehrig's disease.
Stephen Hawking’s long life with ALS reminds us how little we know about the disease
The condition often kills patients within a few years.
Why basic biology is so important in biomedical research
Excerpt: Rigor Mortis
Ice Bucket Challenge Funds New ALS Gene Discovery
Scientists used donations to ID a gene associated with the disease
Lab Grown Neuron Networks Could Treat Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s
A new type of cell scaffold holds the key
Mind-Reading Program Translates Thoughts Into Text
Ever wished Siri could just read your mind?
Does Slacktivism Really Drive Science Forward?
Plus, how copper could lead to a cure for ALS
Enter the Popular Science/InnoCentive ALS Prediction Challenge
The latest InnoCentive challenge has just been announced, and it’s a doozy. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s … Continued
Patients With ALS Disease Crowdsource Their Own Clinical Study
Experiment shows potential value of citizen medicine
From Skin Cell to Neuron
A new breakthrough in stem cell production provides an important tool to researchers studying Lou Gehrig’s disease