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Activating astrocytes in the basal forebrain keeps mice awake without any signs of sleepiness” 26 August 2023. Medical Xpress.


The little known brain cells that help you stay awake and keep your brain active” 25 August 2023. Medium US.


These sneaky brain cells control how much sleep you need” 21 August 2023. Popular Mechanics.


Scientists find brain cells that are key to staying awake without cost to cognition” 19 August 2023. Knowridge Science Report.


Mice sleep 6 hours less via brain cell tweak, feel alert next day” 17 August 2023. New Atlas.


Astrocytes may be the key to staying awake without getting tired” 17 August 2023. Technology Networks.


Lesser-known brain cells may be key to staying awake without cost to cognition, health” 17 August 2023. WSU Insider.


Research highlight: Dr. Ashley Ingiosi” 27 July 2022. Bruker.


Sleeping under the stars: astrocyte contributions to sleep” 21 June 2022. Researcher Sleep and the Brain Series podcast, episode 2.


Cracking autism’s sleep conundrum” 25 February 2022. Spectrum.


Episode 13: Meet a sleep scientist + why sleep feels short 17 December 2021. Ask Dr. Universe podcast.


Ask Dr. Universe: Why does sleep feel so short?” 3 October 2021. The Spokesman-Review.


#893 - Ashley Ingiosi (Neuroscientist & Sleep)” 8 August 2021. Out Of the Blank podcast.


The twinkling stars of the brain” 12 November 2020. Water Cooler Neuroscience podcast.


Amid pandemic, U.S. faculty job openings plummet” 6 October 2020. Science.


Why do brains need sleep? These ‘twinkling’ star-shaped cells may help us find out” 29 September 2020. Popular Science.


Coffee Break with Dr. Ashley Ingiosi” 29 September 2020. Inscopix Blog.

Science column: How we sleep” 24 September 2020. CBC Radio: All in a Day.

Astrocytes, not just neurons, play a role in sleep” 24 September 2020. The Scientist.

Star-shaped brain cells may hold the key to why, how we sleep” 24 September 2020. WSU Insider.

How much sleep you need each night and warning signs that you're not getting enough, according to neuroscientists” 9 July 2020. Insider.

Sleep struggles in autistic people may have genetic basis” 3 May 2019. Spectrum.

Gene variant linked to sleep problems in autism” 29 April 2019. ScienceDaily.

Understanding insomnia in autism spectrum disorder” 29 April 2019. eLife Digest.

WSU study links gene to sleep problems in autism” 29 April 2019. WSU Insider.

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