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Journal of Neurophysiology, April 2015: Closed-loop, ultraprecise, automated craniotomies (4/2/2015)
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Diaper Compound Brings Change to Cell Microscopy (NIH Director's Blog, 3/26/2015)
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Amy Chuong successfully defends Media Lab PhD thesis (3/19/2015)
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Boston, Cambridge are ground zero for life sciences (Boston Globe, 3/16/2015)
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IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, February 2015: Close-Packed Silicon Microelectrodes (2/1/2015)
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Ed Boyden to receive Andrew Carnegie Prize in Mind and Brain Sciences (Carnegie Mellon, 1/23/2015)
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Expansion Microscopy Stretches Limits of Conventional Microscopes (New York Times, 1/19/2015)
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MIT team enlarges brain samples, making them easier to image (MIT News, 1/15/2015)
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New resources: expansion microscopy, close-packed electrodes, and autosurgery (5/3/2015)
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Science, January 2015: Expansion Microscopy (1/15/2015)
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Microscopy breakthrough stretches confocal resolution (Microscopy and Analysis, 1/15/2015)
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Diaper Material Brings Nanoscale Resolution to Ordinary Microscopes (Scientific American, 1/9/2015)
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Blown-up brains reveal nanoscale details (Nature, 1/9/2015)
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Fumi Yoshida starts as Associate Professor, Osaka University Medical School (1/1/2015)
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Ed Boyden's lecture at Techonomy 2014, "From Here to Where? Following the Brain Map" (11/11/2014)
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Investments Boost Neurotechnology Career Prospects (Science, 10/31/2014)
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Fifteen MIT scientists receive NIH BRAIN Initiative grants (MIT News, 9/30/2014)
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White House Event to Feature Neurotechnology Architecting Network Leaders from MIT (MIT Media Lab, 9/30/2014)
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Controlling the Brain with Light (Spectrum, 9/1/2014)
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New resources: lightfield neural imaging, Chrimson, and Chronos (8/28/2014)
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Optical inhibition in red (Nature Methods, 8/28/2014)
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My super summer school: enrol at NASA, save the world (London Evening Standard, 8/14/2014)
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Mapping The Body’s Wiring For Medical Breakthroughs (Newsweek, 8/7/2014)
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OPTOGENETICS: Noninvasive optogenetics potentially promising for human applications (BioOptics World, 7/29/2014)
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Getting it through your thick skull (Nature Neuroscience, 7/28/2014)
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Optogenetics in the red (Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 7/18/2014)
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Sending Light Through The Skull To Influence Brain Activity (Inside Science, 7/18/2014)
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Can We Learn Languages Instantly With A Pill? (International Business Times, 7/10/2014)
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Nature Neuroscience, July 2014: Noninvasive optical inhibition with Jaws (7/6/2014)
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Optogenetics: Lightly Pressing More and More of the Cell’s Buttons (GEN ENG News, 7/3/2014)
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Ed Boyden granted tenure by MIT (7/1/2014)
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Suhasa Kodandaramaiah to start as assistant professor at University of Minnesota (7/1/2014)
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Light-sensitive 'Jaws' protein could lead to more sensitive optogenetics (BioOptics World, 7/1/2014)
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Optogenetics Turns 10 (BioTechniques, July 2014)
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Noninvasive Brain Control Is Real — and That’s Good (TIME, 6/30/2014)
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New light-sensitive protein enables simpler, more powerful optogenetics (R&D Magazine, 6/30/2014)
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Noninvasive Brain Control Possible with New Light-Sensitive Protein (Photonics.com, 6/30/2014)
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New Light-Sensitive Protein Can Control Brain From Outside (NDTV, 6/30/2014)
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Noninvasive brain control (MIT News, 6/29/2014)
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Neuroscience’s New Toolbox (Technology Review, 6/17/2014)
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Searching for the “Free Will” Neuron (Technology Review, 6/17/2014)
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Eavesdropping on Neurons (Technology Review, 6/17/2014)
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Unlocking The Brain: Are We Entering A Golden Age Of Neuroscience? (WBUR, 6/12/2014)
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Can the nervous system be hacked? (New York Times Magazine, 5/25/2014)
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High-speed imaging method captures entire brain activity (Optics.org, 5/22/2014)
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Scientists Visualize Entire Nervous System of Worm in Real-Time 3D (PBS/NOVA, 5/20/2014)
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Worm's Entire Nervous System Captured Firing In Real Time (Huffington Post, 5/20/2014)
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Neurons in Action (The Scientist, 5/19/2014)
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MIT can map the activity of every neuron in an animal's brain (Engadget, 5/19/2014)
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Neuronal Imaging System Shows Bigger 3-D Picture (Photonics.com, 5/19/2014)
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