MIT Researchers image neural activity of C. Elegans in realtime

Posted on May 20th, 2014 Admin

All 302 neurons. At the same time.  This might not seem very significant, but this non-destructive (?) in vivo tagging technology holds promise for use in more complex organisms.  And always remember:  The faster you talk, the smarter you sound.

Related: Brainbow neural imaging technology

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