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Large Scale Neural Circuit Dynamics Underlying Learning and Memory

Jami L. Milton | August 19, 2016

Of all the amazing feats our brains perform, our ability to form, store, and retrieve memories stands out as one of the most fascinating, and challenging areas of…

Inscopix Expands Scientific Advisory Board with Appointment of Leading Neuroscientists

Dr. Pushkar Joshi | August 9, 2016

Palo Alto, CA, August 9, 2016/-- Inscopix, Inc., announced the addition of four distinguished brain research experts, Botond Roska (FMI), Hongkui Zeng (AIBS), Scott…

Neuroscience Study Shows how Context Matters for Sticks, but not Carrots

Jami L. Milton | August 3, 2016

This is the first post in a series where we get to showcase breakthrough work from our customers and collaborators. In our environments, we’re constantly presented with…

Inscopix ACCELERATE Summer Workshop

Jacqueline DeRose | July 29, 2016

Inscopix kicked off their 7th two-day educational workshop event on July 25-26, 2016. The workshop is designed to give scientists in-depth training on Inscopix’s imaging…

A Deeper Look Into the Brain

Jami L. Milton | July 26, 2016

This week scientists from industry and academia are convening at our Palo Alto headquarters from around the world to learn more about the Inscopix nVista platform. The…

Miniature fluorescence microscopy platform for imaging neural circuits launches commercially

Lee Dubay | April 8, 2016

Inscopix (Palo Alto, CA) has brought its nVista brain imaging platform—which can view upwards of 1000 neurons simultaneously in one field of view—to market. Originally…

Inscopix is proud to be the Corporate Sponsor of the April 7th Art Live Lounge fundraiser for the Global Fund for Women

Inscopix | April 5, 2016

Women in science and industry face unique challenges, from finding rewarding careers in a tough economic climate, to achieving tenure and leadership roles in high…

Inscopix Exits Early Access Phase to Publicly Launch End-to-End Platform for Imaging Neural Circuit Activity

Inscopix | April 5, 2016

PALO ALTO, Calif., April 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Inscopix Inc., today announced the commercial launch of its nVista brain imaging platform to the neuroscience research…

Inscopix prepares for new era in neuroscience

Tim Hayes | March 30, 2016

Mapping neuron activity in live animals is a key step for researchers, but now industry needs to play its part. Fluorescence microscopy has been a key enabling…

Top five behavioral neuroscience paradigms

Swagata Basu | March 4, 2016

How does the nervous system guide/produce specific behaviors? Over the years, neuroscientists have relied on behavioral paradigms to understand the brain’s control of…

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