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

Twitter for Academics 101

Before starting graduate school in 2012, my fellow undergraduate researchers set me up with a Twitter account. Little did I know then, how much it would shape my PhD. If…

Caitlin Vander Weele | May 15, 2018
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Must-Read Neural Circuit Papers in April 2018

For neural circuit papers published in April, we highlight two that uncover the neural basis of parental behavior. Another paper uses nVista technology to study time…

Jami L. Milton | May 1, 2018
nVista technology to study time cells

Podcast: Krishna Shenoy and Brain-Machine Interfaces

Interest in brain-machine interfaces (BMIs, also known as brain-computer interfaces) has surged in industry, with startups like CTRL-Labs, Mind-X and Neuralink seeking…

Jami L. Milton | April 18, 2018
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Must-Read Neural Circuit Papers in March 2018

Have you read these neuroscience papers related to neural circuits published in March 2018? These must-read research papers look at a breadth of behaviors, including the…

Jami L. Milton | April 2, 2018
Encoding of danger by parabrachial CGRP neurons

Kay Tye on Neural Circuits of Emotions and Her Lab Philosophy

Kay Tye, PhD, is a neuroscientist and Assistant Professor at MIT. Her cutting-edge science has garnered prestigious awards, including the McKnight Scholar Award from…

Jami L. Milton | March 20, 2018
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A Neural Mechanism for Switching between Sleep States

What is a dream? This is a question that has been asked by people for thousands of years. Dreams have played crucial roles in affecting individual’s behaviors and even…

Kevin Chen | March 12, 2018
Neural Mechanism for Switching between Sleep States
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