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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.
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

New study finds evidence that animals can judge time

New study finds evidence that animals can judge time

Neurons in the brain's primary visual cortex can reliably detect straight lines

Neurons in the brain's primary visual cortex can reliably detect straight lines

Neuroscientists unravel how two different types of brain plasticity work on synapses

Neuroscientists unravel how two different types of brain plasticity work on synapses

New 'micro-organ' within the immune system identified

New 'micro-organ' within the immune system identified

Multidisciplinary Human-Focused Research

Multidisciplinary Human-Focused Research

New tool to track interactions among brain cells in action

New tool to track interactions among brain cells in action

Fluorescent dye could allow doctors to obtain better images of blood vessels, tissues

Fluorescent dye could allow doctors to obtain better images of blood vessels, tissues

MIT engineers devise automated approach to monitor neurons

MIT engineers devise automated approach to monitor neurons

New substance restores brain function in Alzheimer's animal model

New substance restores brain function in Alzheimer's animal model

Researchers visualize development of blood vessels in zebrafish embryos

Researchers visualize development of blood vessels in zebrafish embryos

Study may signal major shift in understanding of how the cerebellum encodes information

Study may signal major shift in understanding of how the cerebellum encodes information

Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy sheds light on brain’s molecular mechanism

Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy sheds light on brain’s molecular mechanism

MUSC researchers harness cutting-edge technology to uncover new role for pericytes during stroke

MUSC researchers harness cutting-edge technology to uncover new role for pericytes during stroke

Llama antibodies can detect cerebral lesions that characterize Alzheimer's disease

Llama antibodies can detect cerebral lesions that characterize Alzheimer's disease

Transplanted embryonic nerve cells can support damaged areas of the brain

Transplanted embryonic nerve cells can support damaged areas of the brain