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Top Technical Advances 2015 (The Scientist, 12/24/2015)
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Hertz Fellow Ed Boyden Taking Optogenetics to the Next Level and Wins the $3 Million Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences (Hertz Foundation, 12/21/2015)
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2016 Breakthrough Prizes Feature Three Neuroscientists (NIH NINDS, 11/20/2015)
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Breakthrough Prize Winner Edward S. Boyden on Science Celebs, Our Brains, and $3 Million (Inverse, 11/11/2015)
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Optogenetics pioneers claim Breakthrough Prize (Optics.org, 11/10/2015)
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Optogenetics Pioneers Ed Boyden, Karl Deisseroth, Gero Miesenböck Garner International Research Prizes (Photonics.com, 11/10/2015)
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Edward Boyden wins 2016 Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences (MIT News, 11/9/2015)
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These brilliant scientists each won $3 million for discovering a way to turn brain cells on or off using light (Business Insider, 11/9/2015)
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These Amazing Scientists Shared This Year's $22M Breakthrough Prizes (Gizmodo, 11/9/2015)
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Breakthrough Prize Looks to Stars to Shine on Science (New York Times, 11/9/2015)
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Life Scientists Honored with Breakthrough Prize (The Scientist, 11/9/2015)
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Behind the Scenes at the Breakthrough Prizes, the Glitzy Oscars for Science (Wired, 11/9/2015)
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Ed Boyden Explains Optogenetics (National Geographic, 11/9/2015)
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3 from MIT honored with Breakthrough Prizes (Boston Globe, 11/9/2015)
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Factbox: Science's 'Breakthrough' prize winners (Reuters, 11/9/2015)
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Boyden awarded Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences for Inventing Optogenetic Tools (New York Times, 11/8/2015)
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Breakthrough Prize for Illuminating the Brain's Secret Code (Scientific American, 11/8/2015)
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Tech Billionaires Milner, Zuckerberg Plus Seth MacFarlane Host Awards To Celebrate World's Top Scientists (Forbes, 11/8/2015)
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New light on brain science (Science News for Students, 10/23/2015)
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MIT hosts national ScienceWriters2015 conference (MIT News, 10/15/2015)
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Boyden Receives Society for Neuroscience Young Investigator Award (Society for Neuroscience, 10/9/2015)
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Ed Boyden delivers NIH Director's Lecture (NIH Record, 9/25/2015)
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Lasers for Microscopy: Major Trends (Photonics.com, 8/1/2015)
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Congrats to Kate Adamala, Annabelle Singer and Guangyu Xu, on accepting tenure-track assistant professor positions! (7/2/2015)
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Optogenetics Research Opens New Approaches for Brain Mapping, Repair (AAAS, 6/18/2015)
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Seeking deeper understanding of how the brain works (MIT News, 5/21/2015)
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Ed Boyden: Expansion microscopy -- A new tool in brain research -- Video (SPIE Newsroom, 5/19/2015)
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Seeing gender (MIT News, 5/8/2015)
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The Invention of Expansion Microscopy, a Diaper Compound, and the Power of Peer Review (NIH Peer Review Notes, 5/1/2015)
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Carnegie prize winner pursues new discoveries (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 4/11/2015)
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Unlocking the Secrets of the Brain (LiveScience, 3/26/2015)
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Diaper Compound Brings Change to Cell Microscopy (NIH Director's Blog, 3/26/2015)
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Amy Chuong successfully defends Media Lab PhD thesis (3/19/2015)
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Boston, Cambridge are ground zero for life sciences (Boston Globe, 3/16/2015)
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Bigger is better for super-resolution (Nature Methods, 3/1/2015)
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Blowing up the brain (Science News for Students, 2/16/2015)
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Making Small Things Large (BioTechniques, 2/6/2015)
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Boyden receives Andrew Carnegie Prize in Mind and Brain Sciences (Carnegie Mellon, 1/23/2015)
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Expansion Microscopy Stretches Limits of Conventional Microscopes (New York Times, 1/19/2015)
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MIT team enlarges brain samples, making them easier to image (MIT News, 1/15/2015)
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New resources: expansion microscopy, close-packed electrodes, and autosurgery (5/3/2015)
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Microscopy breakthrough stretches confocal resolution (Microscopy and Analysis, 1/15/2015)
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Diaper Material Brings Nanoscale Resolution to Ordinary Microscopes (Scientific American, 1/9/2015)
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Blown-up brains reveal nanoscale details (Nature, 1/9/2015)
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Fumi Yoshida starts as Associate Professor, Osaka University Medical School (1/1/2015)
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Top Biophotonics Stories of 2014 (Biophotonics, 12/31/2014)
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Fei Chen and Paul Tillberg's poster wins IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society's BRAIN Young Investigator Award (11/17/2014)
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Jorg Scholvin, Justin Kinney, Caroline Moore-Kochlacs, and Jake Bernstein's poster wins IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society's BRAIN Young Investigator Award Runner-Up (11/17/2014)
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Ed Boyden's lecture at Techonomy 2014, "From Here to Where? Following the Brain Map" (11/11/2014)
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Investments Boost Neurotechnology Career Prospects (Science, 10/31/2014)
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