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MIT School of Architecture and Planning at the World Economic Forum (MIT School of Architecture and Planning, 2/8/2012)
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L'optogenetique gagne tous les organes (La Recherche, 2/1/2012)
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MIT faculty speak at the World Economic Forum in Davos (MIT News, 2/1/2012)
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Light Switch (Cosmos, Issue 43)
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Ed Boyden named to "The Smart List 2012: 50 people who will change the world" (Wired, 1/24/2012)
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Startup Makes 'Wireless Router for the Brain' (Technology Review, 1/23/2012)
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4 zany futuristic ideas that could come true (Fortune, 1/16/2012)
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Ed Boyden named inaugural recipient of IET’s Harvey Engineering Research Prize (MIT News, 1/6/2012)
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Implantable prosthetic could help prevent epileptic seizures (The Engineer, 1/5/2012)
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25 big ideas for 2012: Wireless mind control (Wired, 1/1/2012)
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Christian Wentz Selected to Forbes "30 Under 30" (Forbes, 12/20/2011)
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Elektronik für das menschliche Gehirn (Die Welt, 12/20/2011)
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Enlightened engineering (Nature Biotechnology, 10/13/2011)
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THE NEW YORK STEM CELL FOUNDATION AWARDS $10.5 MILLION TO 7 NEW NYSCF-ROBERTSON INVESTIGATORS (NYSCF, 10/11/2011)
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Mind over matter, light over mind (American Physical Society, 9/21/2011)
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A light bulb moment in the brain (Miller-McCune, 9/12/2011)
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Ed Boyden: The Synthetic Neurobiologist (ACM XRDS, 9/1/2011)
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Ed Boyden promoted to Associate Professor, Media Lab, Brain and Cog Sci, and Biological Engineering (MIT, 7/1/2011)
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Optogenetics: An Illuminating Journey into the Brain (Optics and Photonics News, 7/1/2011)
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The Birth of Optogenetics (The Scientist, 7/1/2011)
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Mind control goes wireless (Discover, 6/27/2011)
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How to Control Brains With Light (Wired, 5/23/2011)
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Daniel Schmidt awarded Damon Runyon Postdoctoral Fellowship (5/18/2011)
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MIT Scientist Controls Your Brain With Fiber Optics (Gizmodo, 5/16/2011)
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A History of Optogenetics (Faculty of 1000, 5/3/2011)
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A light switch for neurons (McGovern Brain Scan, Spring 2011)
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Optogenetics, Or, Making Blind Mice See The Light (Boston Magazine, 4/26/2011)
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Healing Blindness in Mice (Technology Review, 4/26/2011)
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Seeing the Light (MIT News, 4/20/2011)
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Mind controls: Putting a light switch in the brain (New Scientist, 4/15/2011)
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New gene therapy restores sight to blind mice (Reuters, 3/18/2011)
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The brain engineer: Shining a light on consciousness (New Scientist, 3/7/2011)
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TED: 'There's an awful lot of brains out there' – all working to save the world (Guardian, 3/6/2011)
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A Glimpse of Healthcare’s Future (and Present) at TED 2011 (R&D Magazine, 2/28/2011)
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Illuminating the brain (MIT News, 1/28/2011)
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Building Better Brains: Neural Prosthetics and Beyond (Aspen Brain Forum, 1/27/2011)
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Could optogenetics be the technology that allows us to unlock the workings of the brain? (New Electronics, 1/10/2011)
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MIT in January: a great time to learn how to do neuroengineering research (1/10/2011)
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The Year in Biomedicine: Optogenetics (Technology Review, 12/27/2010)
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Can You Live Forever? Maybe Not--But You Can Have Fun Trying (Scientific American, 12/22/2010)
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Optogenetics, pioneered by Boyden lab and colleagues, declared 'Method of the Year' by Nature Methods (12/21/2010)
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Ed Boyden named a Paul Allen Distinguished Investigator of Neuroscience (Paul Allen Family Foundation, 11/18/2010)
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Paul Allen Donates $9M for Edgy Neuroscience, Biotech Projects at MIT, Stanford, UW (XConomy, 11/18/2010)
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MIT scientist wins $1.3M grant from Paul Allen foundation (Mass High Tech, 11/18/2010)
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Light switches on the brain (Guardian, 11/17/2010)
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Brain Control: Ed Boyden and optogenetics (Technology Review, Feature, 11/1/2010)
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NSF-funded Boston-wide collaboration to mathematically model brain dynamics: now recruiting (BU, 10/24/2010)
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Building the next big thing: 25 years of MIT's Media Lab (Ars Technica, 10/21/2010)
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MIT brainiacs put their faith in the future (Boston Herald, 10/21/2010)
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Optogenetics: A Conversation With Ed Boyden (Biophotonics, 10/1/2010)
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