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Laser Show and ‘Big Ideas’ kick off 2010 Cambridge Science Festival (MIT News, 4/20/2010)
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Masaaki Ogawa wins Tourette Syndrome Association Postdoctoral Fellowship (4/19/2010)
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Light therapy may help scientists detect and treat defective brain cells (Washington Post, 3/8/2010)
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Playing the Body Electric (Scientific American, 3/5/2010)
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New tools to enlighten brain function (Nature Methods, 3/1/2010)
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Our choice from the recent literature (Nature Photonics, 3/2010)
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Shutting down brain cells with light to study and treat disease (Biophotonics, 3/1/2010)
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A Brain Implant that Uses Light (Technology Review, 2/24/2010)
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Lights off: A light-activated protein that provides almost digital silencing for neurons (Nature, 1/31/2010)
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The BCI X PRIZE: This Time It’s Inner Space (H+ Magazine, 1/29/2010)
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NEW TOOLS USE LIGHT TO TURN OFF BRAIN CELLS AND POSSIBLY TREAT BRAIN DISORDERS (Popular Mechanics, 1/12/2010)
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Lights on, brain off (Dana Foundation, 1/11/2010)
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Neuroscientist discovers light switch for the brain (CTV, 1/10/2010)
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Coloured lasers may offer a way to treat epilepsy (BBC, 1/9/2010)
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Shutting Down the Brain with Colors (US News and World Report, 1/8/2010)
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Light switch for neural circuits (Nature, 1/7/2010)
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Silencing the brain with light (MIT News, 1/7/2010)
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Researchers Flip Brain Cells On and Off With Light Pulses (Discover, 1/7/2010)
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Optogenetics: controlling brain cells with lasers (New Scientist, 1/7/2010)
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Scientists Use Colored Lights to Program Brain Activity (Voice of America, 1/7/2010)
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Silencing brain cells with multiple colors of light (R&D Magazine, 1/7/2010)
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A Light Switch For The Brain (Forbes, 1/6/2010)
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Using Light to Silence Harmful Brain Activity (US News and World Report, 1/6/2010)
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Silencing Brain Cells with Yellow and Blue Light (National Science Foundation, 1/6/2010)
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Light Silences Brain Cells (Photonics.com, 1/6/2010)
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Using Light to Silence Harmful Brain Activity (U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, 1/6/2010)
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Using Light to Silence Harmful Brain Activity (MSN, 1/6/2010)
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Using Light to Silence Harmful Brain Activity (Business Week, 1/6/2010)
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Genetic Engineering and Light Team Up to Control Neuron Activity (MedGadget, 1/6/2010)
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Silencing brain cells with yellow and blue light (Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, 1/6/2010)
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Exposure to colored light silences brain function (BioTechniques, 1/6/2010)
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Ask an Engineer (MIT, 1/5/2010)
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An XPrize for revolutionizing brain engineering (MIT, 1/1/2010)
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The future of brain-controlled devices (CNN, 12/30/2009)
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Rethinking artificial intelligence (MIT News, 12/7/2009)
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Boyden group research featured in PBS's "Science Trek" and "Brain Fitness Frontiers" (11/24/2009)
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Shedding light on how the brain works (Boston Globe, 11/23/2009)
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Algae and Light Help Injured Mice Walk Again (Wired, 11/1/2009)
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Decoding the Brain with Light (Technology Review, 10/20/2009)
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The Transhumanists Arrive (Forbes, 10/12/2009)
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Boyden group receives collaborative grants, one NIH Challenge Grant and one NIH Grand Opportunity Grant (9/30/2009)
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Boyden group receives McGovern Institute Neurotechnology (MINT) award (MIT News, 9/18/2009)
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Light Switch for Bladder Control (Technology Review, 9/14/2009)
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Ed Boyden Launches a Neuroengineering Column for Technology Review (9/4/09)
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Boyden receives Phase II of Wallace H. Coulter Foundation Early Career Translational Research Award in Biomedical Engineering (9/1/2009)
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Emily Ko wins NSF (National Science Foundation) fellowship. (9/1/2009)
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Boyden featured in Spectrum article, "Engineering Brain Circuits" (MIT Spectrum, 9/1/2009)
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Xue Han, PhD, to start as assistant professor in Boston University Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Fall 2010. (8/1/2009)
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Ed Boyden to speak at Singularity Summit, New York City, Oct. 3-4. (Singularity Summit, 7/16/2009)
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Synthetic Neurobiology UROPs featured in "The Soul of MIT" (Technology Review, 7/1/2009)
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