Latest Paul Allen Stories
After searching for eight years, an expedition funded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has found one of the largest and most technologically advanced battleships in naval history, a World War II-era Japanese vessel that had been sunk in the waters near the Philippines.
Researchers to showcase groundbreaking work in cellular decision-making, human accelerated regions, reparative medicine, and cell lineage barcodes LA JOLLA, Calif., Feb.
Allen Institute for Cell Science will create predictive models of cell behavior: a crucial step toward revolutionizing disease research PHILADELPHIA, Dec.
Providing 10,000 Smartphones to Assist in Data Collection and Identification of Ebola Aid Needs; Grant to NetHope to Increase Existing Connectivity SEATTLE, Nov.
EVERETT, Wash., Oct.
Efforts Part of Comprehensive "Tackle Ebola" Relief Campaign SEATTLE, Sept.
New program recognizes valuable contributions made by early-career scientists SEATTLE, Sept.
Sharad Ramanathan, Ph.D., and Craig Forest, Ph.D., use tenures to build upon their own research while making valuable scientific and engineering contributions to Allen Institute teams
National Institutes of Health Awards the Allen Institute for Brain Science a $3.4 million grant to study the effect of Alzheimer's disease on brain-wide connections SEATTLE, June
First major report using data from the BrainSpan Atlas of the Developing Human Brain shines a light on where genes are turned on in the brain during mid-pregnancy, what goes wrong in developmental
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