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For the first time, scientists can study large
groups of neurons in real time at single-cell
resolution in naturally behaving subjects.

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Inscopix's nVista technology is now available to the entire neuroscience community from the smallest university lab to the most advanced multi-user research organization.


Inscopix stands at the forefront of a technology-driven revolution unfolding in modern neuroscience.  As scientists and innovators with the desire to understand the brain in action, we recognize firsthand that new technologies are necessary, but not sufficient to power the rising tides of scientific progress.

This is why Inscopix's solutions combine cutting-edge instrumentation and powerful data analytics with scientific workshops and rigorous online education to empower researchers to make breakthrough discoveries.

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I was EXTREMELY impressed by the hippocampal place cell work using the integrated scope, it's simply spectacular. I think this scope is going to be the future for in vivo imaging!

Fan Wang, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Neurobiology at Duke University Medical Center

The technology is truly transformative, and has allowed us to precisely monitor cellular activity dynamics in ways that were not previously possible. I am very excited to see how these tools continue to develop, as I think we are currently only seeing the tip of iceberg of what is possible with the nVista system.

Garret Stuber, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Cell Biology and Physiology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Being able to image the activity of populations of genetically-defined cell types in the deep brain of behaving animals with nVista was a game changer in our research.

Rui M. Costa, DVM, PhD

Principal Investigator
Champalimaud Neuroscience Program, Portugal