THROAT MOTION These Band-Aid‒like throat sensors can monitor the recovery of stroke survivors long after they leave the hospital.
Elliott Abel/Shirley Ryan AbilityLab
FEELING OFFBEAT Briefly disrupting a brain region involved in planning movement with a magnetic pulse hinders a person’s ability to follow a rhythmic beat. (The black square in this heat map indicates the site of highest pulse stimulation.)
Jessica Ross/UC Merced
VANISHING ACT Globs of a protein linked to Alzheimer’s (red) dot a brain sample from a 10-month-old mouse (left). But these disease hallmarks largely vanish in a similar mouse that mostly lacks a particular brain enzyme.