Three-Photon Microscope Reveals All Cortical Layers of Awake Mouse Brain

Three-dimensional rendering of a sequence of 450 lateral three-photon images acquired with 2-μm increment from the visual cortex (layer 1 on the left to the subplate on the right). Green color represents GCaMP6s signal, and magenta color represents label free THG signal generated in the blood vessels and myelin fibers in the white matter.
January 15, 2019

How do genetic differences affect the risk of bipolar disorder?

In this data visualization, each horizontal line is a patient. Those with bipolar disorder were more likely to be on the lower end of the CPG2 protein expression scale, and more likely to have gene variants that reduced expression
January 10, 2019

SYNE1 gene mutations are linked to less CPG2 and higher bipolar disorder risk.

Professor of Neuroscience Elly Nedivi
January 9, 2019

Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Susumu Tonegawa

Susumu Tonegawa head shot
December 28, 2018

How scientists are studying dreams in the lab

Sherman Fairchild Professor in Neurobiology Matthew Wilson
December 7, 2018

Transparent tissues bring cells into focus for microscopy

December 4, 2018