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Neuroscience Tech Update


News Feed: Ultrasonic Neuromodulation

A recently published review “Ultrasonic Neuromodulation” in the Journal of Neural Engineering, discusses the history of the physics, engineering and research of ultrasonic waves and its effects on neural activity. The use of ultrasonic waves for neuromodulation is a lesser known and applied technique, although research on this topic dates back to 1929. This


White Paper: Patterned Illumination Systems for Optogenetics

Annik Yalnizyan-Carson1, Blake Richards1, and Dominic Krakowski 1 University of Toronto at Scarborough, 1265 Military Trail Scarborough, Ontario; 2 Mightex Systems 109 Railside Road, Toronto, Ontario. This white paper was published on the the Mightex website The brain is composed of billions of neurons – each having on average 7000 connection partners [1], signaling

New Frontiers in Optical Microscopy

Symposium Glimpse: New Frontiers in Optical Microscopy

  As a special edition of our Neuroscience Tech Update, we’d like to occasionally share a short summary of interesting technical symposia and conference talks with our readers. King’s College London recently hosted a Crick symposium on the topic “New Frontiers in Optical Microscopy”. Dr. Craig Blomeley, from the NIMR Mill Hill , attended


10 Mind-Extending Apps for the Neuroscientist

Most of us have probably not given much thought to smart use of smartphones in the neuroscience lab. How can your Android or iPhone device earn its keep in the dark confines of the microscopy or patch clamp room instead of only being a distraction?

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