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Miniature microscopes capture neurons in action

Inscopix | December 8, 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…

Miniature Fluorescence Microscope Today in Nature Methods1

Rendering the brain-behavior link visible

Inscopix | November 9, 2011

In vivo imaging scientists broadcast from inside the brains of moving animals.

Neurons In Vivo Calcium Imaging - Nature Methods

Fingertip-size microscope has huge potential for studying the brain and its diseases, say Stanford researchers

Inscopix | September 16, 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.

Fingertip-size Miniature Microscope

Next Generation: All-In-One In Vivo Scope

Inscopix | September 15, 2011

Researchers package a fluorescence microscope—including the light and camera—that can image the brain of a freely moving mouse.  

All-In-One In Vivo Scope with Freely Moving Mouse Innovations

Fingertip Microscope Can Peek Inside a Moving Animal

Inscopix | September 13, 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…

Fingertip Microscope Can Peek Inside a Moving Animal - MIT Tech

Microscope 'hats' peer inside mice brains

Inscopix | September 10, 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…

Mini-Microscope Hats Inside Mice Brains Circuits- NBC News
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