Pages: <12345678>

Boyden shares world’s largest brain research prize, the Brain Prize, for inventing optogenetic tools (Lundbeck Foundation, 3/11/2013)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Boyden to share the 2013 Grete Lundbeck Brain Research Prize (MIT News, 3/11/2013)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Brain map seeks to unlock mysteries of the mind (CNN, 3/7/2013)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Illuminating the Brain (Catalyst, Marine Biology Lab, Fall 2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Scientists Cast Light Onto Roots of Illness Deep in the Brain (Wall Street Journal, 1/21/2013)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Suhasa Kodandaramaiah named to Forbes "30 under 30" (Forbes, 12/17/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Precisely engineering 3-D brain tissues (MIT News, 11/30/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

3-D Chip Promises Better Brain Control (Technology Review, 11/29/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Engineering 3-D brain tissues with chip technology (EE Times, 11/29/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Seeing the light: Ed Boyden's tools for brain hackers (Wired UK, 11/20/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

A 3-D Light Switch for the Brain (Photonics.com, 11/19/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Suhasa Kodandaramaiah successfully defends PhD on autopatching and in vivo robotics (11/5/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Optogenetics: Shining a Light on Neuroscience (BioTechniques, Podcast, 10/26/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

NIH Common Fund announces awards for Single Cell Analysis (NIH, 10/15/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Optogenetics: Lights, Cameras, Brain Action: Microscopy Feature (BioTechniques, 10/10/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Optogenetics: Illuminating the Brain (FASEB, 9/29/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

YouTube at the Bench (Science Careers, 9/14/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

NIH continues its commitment to high risk-high reward research (NIH News, 9/13/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Getting in your head (Manufacturing.net, 9/12/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Robots hunt neurons to record brain activity (Nature, 8/28/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Scientists control monkey behavior with light for the first time (Los Angeles Times, 7/27/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Scientists use light to control monkey brains (io9, 7/27/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Boston scientists use light to control behavior in monkeys (Boston Globe, 7/26/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Scientists Control Monkeys' Brains with Light (Technology Review, 7/26/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Boyden receives Harvey Prize for inventing optogenetic tools (Science, 6/23/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

An interview with Ed Boyden (The Guardian, 6/23/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Scientists use light to control brain with flick of a switch (The Telegraph, 6/17/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Next Generation: The Brain Bot (The Scientist, 5/29/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Robots Trained in Patch-Clamp Experiments (Alzheimer Research Forum, 5/11/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Robot Reveals Inner Workings of Brain Cells (Photonics.com, 5/10/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Robot That Connects to Neurons Could Provide Key to Understanding Brain (TIME, 5/9/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Robots could soon be probing your brain (io9, 5/9/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Researchers automate process of recording data from neurons (The Engineer, 5/8/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Robots that reveal the inner workings of brain cells (MIT News, 5/7/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Robots that reveal the inner workings of brain cells (R&D Magazine, 5/7/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Robotic arm to reveal inner working of brain cells (New York Daily News, 5/7/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Robot brain scientists to learn how you think? (MSNBC, 5/7/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Bots beat humans probing brain's neural activity (CNET, 5/7/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

MIT & Georgia Tech Researchers Develop Robots That Can Reveal the Inner Workings of Your Brain (BostInno, 5/7/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Robotic probes plumb brain's circuitry (EDN, 5/7/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

MIT, Georgia Tech robot targets brain cells' electrical activity (Boston Business Journal, 5/7/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Robotic probes plumb brain's circuitry (EETimes, 5/6/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Robot reveals the inner workings of brain cells (EurekaAlert, 5/6/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

MIT, Georgia Tech robot records brain cell information (Mass High Tech, 5/6/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Boyden Awarded Inaugural IET Harvey Prize for developing optogenetic tools (Photonics.com, 5/2/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Boyden shares Perl/UNC Neuroscience prize for developing optogenetics (MIT News, 4/26/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Stanford and MIT scientists win Perl-UNC Neuroscience prize (University of North Carolina, 4/25/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Christian Wentz named a Hertz Fellow (3/22/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

The brain is like a computer, and we can fix it with nanorobots (The Guardian, 3/10/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Rachel Bandler named an Amgen Scholar (3/1/2012)
[Local Copy]  [Publisher Link]

Pages: <12345678>