Research Expertise and Interest
neuroscience, microscopy techniques, in vivo imaging, biophotonics, biophysics, adaptive optics, optics
In the News
March 19, 2020
Electrical and chemical signals flash through our brains constantly as we move through the world, but it would take a high-speed camera and a window into the brain to capture their fleeting paths. University of California, Berkeley, investigators have now built such a camera: a microscope that can image the brain of an alert mouse 1,000 times a second, recording for the first time the passage of millisecond electrical pulses through neurons.