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Pioneering 3D maps of the entire human brain

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Where I work: Seeing the invisible

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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.

Image of the month: Five times larger than life

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Data acquired for the human brain mapping project using a confocal microscope. Labelling: Propidium iodide in pale blue (nuclei), MAP2 in pink (neurons). Credit: Samira Osterop, Laura Batti, Tomas Jorda.

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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Epios: long-term brain monitoring technology

Brain signal recording with the subscalp Epios sensing electrodes (leads) is being carried out for the first time in patients at the University Hospital Bern, Inselspital.

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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

ABILITY

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The ABILITY implant prototype

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April 2022

This month, discover how our new MICA project could revolutionize access and delivery of therapeutics to the brain, watch our human brain mapping video, meet new staff - and more!

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March 2022

Brain implant for communication in CLIS and first glimpse at gut-brain connection project

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February 2022

ABILITY enters preclinical trial and new collaboration for Alzheimer’s disease therapies

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