Archive page - 2011
Miniature microscopes capture neurons in actionInscopix | December 9, 2011
Scientists have developed a miniature fluorescence microscope small enough to implant in the head of a living mouse and gather images from its brain without hindering…
Rendering the brain-behavior link visibleInscopix | November 10, 2011
In vivo imaging scientists broadcast from inside the brains of moving animals.
Fingertip-size microscope has huge potential for studying the brain and its diseases, say Stanford researchersInscopix | September 17, 2011
A readily portable miniature microscope weighing less than 2 grams and tiny enough to balance on your fingertip has been developed by Stanford University researchers.
Next Generation: All-In-One In Vivo ScopeInscopix | September 16, 2011
Researchers package a fluorescence microscope—including the light and camera—that can image the brain of a freely moving mouse.
Fingertip Microscope Can Peek Inside a Moving AnimalInscopix | September 14, 2011
An inexpensive microscope about the size of a gumdrop could allow scientists to peer into the inner workings of living, moving animals much more easily. The device is…
Microscope 'hats' peer inside mice brainsInscopix | September 11, 2011
Mice are the mainstay of modern biomedical research, but the ability to image their brain cells while they're scampering around is no easy task. Scientists at Stanford…