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New Resource: Lightfieldscope.org: High-Speed, Three-Dimensional, Simultaneous Imaging of Neural Dynamics (8/28/2014)
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Nature Neuroscience, July 2014: Noninvasive optical inhibition with a red-shifted microbial rhodopsin (7/6/2014)
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Ed Boyden granted tenure by MIT (7/1/2014)
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Suhasa Kodandaramaiah to start as assistant professor at University of Minnesota (7/1/2014)
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Unlocking The Brain: Are We Entering A Golden Age Of Neuroscience? (WBUR, 6/12/2014)
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Scientists Visualize Entire Nervous System of Worm in Real-Time 3D (PBS/NOVA, 5/20/2014)
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Neurons in Action (The Scientist, 5/19/2014)
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MIT can map the activity of every neuron in an animal's brain (Engadget, 5/19/2014)
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Neuronal Imaging System Shows Bigger 3-D Picture (Photonics.com, 5/19/2014)
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Engineers ask the brain to say, "Cheese!" (NSF, 5/19/2014)
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Illuminating neuron activity in 3-D (MIT News, 5/18/2014)
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Video reveals entire organism's neurons at work (Nature, 5/18/2014)
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Daniel Schmidt to start as assistant professor at University of Minnesota (5/6/2014)
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Singularity 1 on 1: Let’s Bring Engineers into Studying the Brain (IEET, 5/6/2014)
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Melina Tsitsiklis wins 2014 MIT Biological Engineering Znaty-Merck Undergraduate Research competition (5/2/2014)
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Oz Wassie wins Hertz fellowship (5/1/2014)
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Mens et Apparata (Technology Review, 4/23/2014)
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NSF resources for Earth Day: ecological and economic benefits of biodiversity (NSF, 4/17/2014)
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New molecules help researchers orchestrate brain activity (SFARI, 3/12/2014)
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What if Drugs Were Machines? And Other Brain-Related Provocations (TED Blog, 2/21/2014)
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Brains in Action (The Scientist, 2/1/2014)
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Yongku Cho, PhD, starts as assistant professor at U. Connecticut (1/14/2014)
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7 Cool New Findings About the Brain (Huffington Post, 1/9/2014)
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Boyden wins NIH Director's Pioneer Award and Transformative Research Award (MIT News, 9/30/2013)
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Pond Scum Leads to Critical Brain Research Tool (NSF, 9/27/2013)
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Optogenetics: Not a flash in the pan for neuroscience (JAX, 9/26/2013)
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40 Young Scientists to Be Honoured at World Economic Forum’s Summer Davos (World Economic Forum, 9/9/2013)
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MIT launches the Center for Neurobiological Engineering (MIT News, 8/26/2013)
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Nathan Klapoetke successfully defends MIT Biological Engineering PhD thesis (8/5/2013)
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Human behaviour: is it all in the brain – or the mind? (Guardian, 6/29/2013)
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Brain Engineering, CRISPRs, Mindclones, Avatars, and Much More (Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, 6/21/2013)
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Download Your Memories; Retrieve Them Later (Discovery, 6/3/2013)
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Finalists Announced for Israel Brain Technologies' Million Dollar Global B.R.A.I.N. Prize (Wall Street Journal, 6/3/2013)
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Tim Buschman, PhD, starts as assistant professor at Princeton (6/1/2013)
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Age of Enlightenment (Mass General Hospital/Proto, Spring 2013)
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Anthony Zorzos successfully defends MIT Media Lab PhD thesis (5/16/2013)
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New Technique Opens Window Into Brain Research (NSF LiveScience, 5/6/2013)
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Inside the MIT media lab (Financial Times, 5/3/2013)
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Boyden awarded Jacob Heskel Gabbay Award for inventing optogenetic tools (MIT News, 4/22/2013)
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Mapping The Brain Onto The Mind (Chemical and Engineering News, 4/22/2013)
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Karl Deisseroth, Gero Miesenbock and Edward Boyden win Brandeis' Gabbay Award in Biotechnology (Brandeis, 4/18/2013)
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MIT class offers student teams a chance to create business ventures based on neurotechnology research (MIT News, 4/2/2013)
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Obama invites Boyden and others to White House for BRAIN Initiative launch (MIT News, 4/2/2013)
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Top brain scientist is 'philosopher at heart' (CNN, 3/31/2013)
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The Brain Prize 2013, 1 million euros (Science, 3/22/2013)
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Optogenetics developers win €1m brain research prize (Optics.org, 3/20/2013)
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A Laser Light Show for the Brain (New Yorker, 3/19/2013)
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Congratulations to Edward S. Boyden III, Named Winner of the Prestigious 2013 Brain Prize (Hertz Foundation, 3/12/2013)
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Boyden shares Lundbeck "Brain" Prize for inventing optogenetic tools (Lundbeck Foundation, 3/11/2013)
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Boyden to share the 2013 Grete Lundbeck Brain Research Prize (MIT News, 3/11/2013)
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