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10/08/13 | Accelerating Neuroscience Research with Better Tools

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The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), the Allen Institute for Brain Science, the Gatsby Charitable Foundation, the Wellcome Trust, and University College London are announcing a $5.5 million collaboration to develop and manufacture a state-of-the-art device for detecting neural activity in animal brains. The research will be conducted in conjunction with imec, a world-leading nanoelectronics research center in Leuven, Belgium.
 

  • The proposed device builds on technology currently used to detect extracellular electrical activity in the brains of living animals, but incorporates recording electrodes at a much higher density.
  • Over the 38-month project, the group will develop and test the technology, then identify a version that can be manufactured and made available for purchase by the research community.

Read the full article on HHMI.org.

Read more about the research in the Applied Physics and Instrumentation Group.