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Mice tap into their own neural reward circuits with the help of a new optogenetics device.
The team screened 10,000 compounds before finding one that did the job.
In 2012, genomics tiptoed into the doctor’s office, gene therapy rose again, and man and machine united.
A new device will let scientists create complex patterns of activity within the brain using optogenetics.
Kendall Research’s devices could make optogenetics research much more practical.
A new study uses optogenetics to control beating heart cells, pointing the way toward a better pacemaker.
Scientists have found a way to use light to control blood sugar in mice.
Delivering light-sensitive proteins to the retinas of blind mice restores some vision.
Researchers discover a brain circuit that can instantly dampen—or exacerbate—anxiety in mice.