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Completely locked-in man uses brain-computer interface to communicate

The study, published in Nature Communications, paves the way for new technologies for people with severe paralysis.

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Revealing 3D anatomy with lightsheet microscopy

Microscopy is experiencing a revolution. Developers around the world are pushing microscope technology to the extremes.

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Discovering new sub-cellular worlds in 3D brain samples

3D spatial transcriptomics may hold clues to future therapies for brain diseases.

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Image of the month: Apple tree neurons – illuminating communication structures in the branches of the spinal cord

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Credit: Wyss Center - Tom Hutson, Francesca Marchisella, Jade Nguyen

Expansion microscopy: A technique to visualize the intricacies of the brain

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ABILITY enters preclinical trial

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The ABILITY device and an X-ray view of the device when implanted.

Where I work: Seeing the invisible

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ALICe: State-of-the-art advanced lightsheet imaging center

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Whole central nervous system lightsheet imaging of motor circuit and 3D surface rendering (Asboth et al. 2018). Courtine Lab, EPFL

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June 2023

We announce a new partnership, our grant in the spotlight from the Wyss foundation, we share good news from the start ups Neurosoft Bioelectronics and Artiria Medical, and much more.

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May 2023

We welcome our new CEO Erwin Böttinger, admire fluorescent labeling of the spinal cord and consider how the approach could be used in spinal cord repair.

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March 2023

Decoding imagined speech from the brain, 3D sub-cellular worlds and a computational solution for real-world biological data.

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February 2023

Gene therapy to boost spinal cord injury rehab, blood vessels in the human brain and nanobodies as future medicine.

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