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Top 10 Innovations 2013

Inscopix | November 30, 2013

Despite formidable odds, this year was a good one for life science innovation. The double punch of the government-wide belt tightening, known as the sequester, and the…

Mysterious Brain Circuitry Becomes Viewable

Inscopix | April 22, 2013

Earlier this year, researchers at Stanford University for the first time recorded 1,000 neurons working together in a living brain for a month. The brain cells blinked…

Living Brain Circuitry - The Wall Street Journal

Mapping The Brain Onto The Mind

Inscopix | April 20, 2013

The images appearing on the computer screen were almost too detailed and fast-moving to take in, Misha B. Ahrensremembers. He and colleague Philipp J. Keller were…

Neuroscience 2013 Satellite Symposium

Inscopix | April 10, 2013

Deciphering the Neural Circuit Basis of Brain Disease via In Vivo Imaging and Optogenetics OPEN TO PUBLIC At Neuroscience 2013 Inscopix is pleased to host an esteemed…

Stanford scientists capture mouse memories

Inscopix | March 17, 2013

Scientists at Stanford University have tapped into the mind of the mouse and are now circulating information about how the pesky rodents think.

Scientists capture Mouse Memories

President Obama's new $100 million brain research initiative taps several Stanford scientists

Inscopix | March 3, 2013

President Barack Obama announced today a bold research initiative aimed at developing new technologies and methods for understanding the human brain. Several Stanford…

New Technologies, Neural Circuits - News Service

Researchers Develop Way To Read Minds of Mice

Inscopix | February 27, 2013

STANFORD, Calif. -- It's not quite mind-reading, but it may be the closest scientists have ever come. Stanford researchers have found a way to watch what's happening…

Brain of a Mouse
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