Blood Flow Imaging with Inscopix Miniscopes

The Inscopix nVueTM system that was released last year has been a game changer for the in-vivo freely behaving imaging…

Srishti Gulati | May 11, 2022

How do we steadily recognize environments we are in while experiencing joy or possibly trauma? A recent publication by Dr. Kyogo…

Mariko Nishibe | March 28, 2023
Decoding Calcium Dynamics

In an innovative new publication from the Anderson lab at Caltech, ‘An approximate line attractor in the hypothalamus encodes an…

Peter Schuette | January 13, 2023

Shay Neufeld, PhD is the Director of Data Products and Analytics at Inscopix, where he oversees a team of computational…

Shay Neufeld | December 2, 2021
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Recent breakthroughs in optical-based imaging in nonhuman primates promise to fundamentally advance our understanding of brain…

Jonathan Nassi and Eric Trautmann | June 17, 2021
A deeper dive with photons

Must-Read Neural Circuit Papers in October 2017

October brought with it cooler air and many more amazing neural circuit papers! Three of the papers on our must-read list used Inscopix nVista technology in freely…

Jami L. Milton | November 1, 2017
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Two Blockbuster Papers use Inscopix Tech to Probe the Neural Basis of Sex-Specific Behavior

How do our brains represent the most basic of social cues, like whether a member of our species is male or female? This is a question two labs have been asking in mice,…

Jami L. Milton | October 30, 2017

Ed Boyden: Creating Tools and Disrupting Neuroscience

“I think we ought to integrate the maps of the brain, the dynamics of the brain, and the ability to control the brain into single coherent datasets” ~ Ed Boyden, MIT…

Jami L. Milton | October 25, 2017
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Social Experience as the Sculptor of Conspecific Sex Representation in the Brain

A mouse’s ability to differentiate male mice from female mice results from neural circuits that are hardwired in the hypothalamus of the brain, or at least that’s what…

Jami L. Milton | October 19, 2017
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Must-Read Neural Circuit Papers in September 2017

September went by way too quickly, but at least there was plenty of great neural circuit research published in September to read. Congrats to all the authors! There are…

Jami L. Milton | October 2, 2017
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Imaging Apical Dendrites of Layer 5 Corticospinal Neurons Controlling Forelimb Movements

Sitting in a movie theater, we eat buttered popcorn from a bag with eyes fixed on the giant screen in front of us. Our hands move from bag to mouth without much…

Jami L. Milton | September 21, 2017
Imaging Apical Dendrites
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