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Two-photon microscopy (also known as two-photon fluorescence light microscopy) was invented in 1990 as a new method of imaging live cells and tissues in three-dimensions. Conventional fluorescence microscopy illuminates a specimen through the processes of excitation and emissions.
Understanding the dynamics of brain blood flow could hold key for treating neurologic conditions

Understanding the dynamics of brain blood flow could hold key for treating neurologic conditions

Mice study finds altered brain connectivity after prolonged anesthesia

Mice study finds altered brain connectivity after prolonged anesthesia

Alterations in fetal microglia may lead to developmental and psychiatric disorders

Alterations in fetal microglia may lead to developmental and psychiatric disorders

Stem cells in the brain divide over months to create new nerve cells

Stem cells in the brain divide over months to create new nerve cells

Penn State engineers find link between nitric oxide expressing neurons and arterial dilation

Penn State engineers find link between nitric oxide expressing neurons and arterial dilation

UNC scientists find brain cells that help drive arousal responses to strong emotions

UNC scientists find brain cells that help drive arousal responses to strong emotions

Researchers develop advanced imaging technique to visualize effects of valencies on B cell responses

Researchers develop advanced imaging technique to visualize effects of valencies on B cell responses

Researchers discover mechanisms underlying learning and memory formation in the brain

Researchers discover mechanisms underlying learning and memory formation in the brain

MIT engineers create a focused approach to imaging neural activity

MIT engineers create a focused approach to imaging neural activity

Mice study sheds light on how the brain links events to form a memory

Mice study sheds light on how the brain links events to form a memory

Pittsburgh professor receives CAREER award to improve clinical applications of brain-computer interfaces

Pittsburgh professor receives CAREER award to improve clinical applications of brain-computer interfaces

High-speed microscope records the passage of millisecond electrical pulses through neurons

High-speed microscope records the passage of millisecond electrical pulses through neurons

Scientists use blue mushroom dye to develop fluorescent tool for detecting reactive oxygen species

Scientists use blue mushroom dye to develop fluorescent tool for detecting reactive oxygen species

The Acoustics of the Brain: Random-access 3D Microscopy in Neuroscience

The Acoustics of the Brain: Random-access 3D Microscopy in Neuroscience

Neuroscientists decode how visual cues can reorganize the activity of compass neurons

Neuroscientists decode how visual cues can reorganize the activity of compass neurons

AI-based technique traces the shapes of active neurons faster than a human can

AI-based technique traces the shapes of active neurons faster than a human can

Mild cognitive impairment may be present in early stages of kidney disease

Mild cognitive impairment may be present in early stages of kidney disease

Sounds and vibrations are quite similar for the brain, finds new study

Sounds and vibrations are quite similar for the brain, finds new study

Pitt study delves deeper into how electrical stimulation activates neurons

Pitt study delves deeper into how electrical stimulation activates neurons

Montana State doctoral student receives grant for her work to improve neuroscience tool

Montana State doctoral student receives grant for her work to improve neuroscience tool