Researchers watch in 3D as neurons talk to each other in a living mouse brain

Monday, October 31, 2016 - 11:11 in Biology & Nature

When the brain is at work, neurons talk rapidly to one another, forming networks. Using a new method based on so-called light sculpting, scientists have recorded the activity in these networks within three-dimensional sections of the brains of mice. More »

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