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A protein that makes jellyfish glow lets scientists watch the inner workings of cells.
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Magnetic resonance imaging uses strong magnets and radio waves to look inside your head.
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The Italian physician and neuroscientist devised a revolutionary technique to stain neurons.
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From cell metabolism to electrical signaling, the multitasking mineral does it all.
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This imaging technique leads neuroscientists to new insights.
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Autopsies of American football players’ brains built our current understanding of the hazards associated with repeated blows to the head.
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Show students an example of some of the tools neuroscientists use to image the brain.
  • MIT
  • 4 min
Scientists may have found the brain’s hidden waste disposal system.
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How would it feel to hold a model of your own brain?
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Scientists are producing 3D images of the cellular dynamics of the living brain in real-time and faster than ever before.
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Neuroscientists are developing innovations to study the brain while the body is in motion.
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The scientist discusses her research into traumatic brain injury.
  • People Behind the Science
  • 31 min