To be tethered or not to be tethered? That is the question. And this paper holds the answer! Figure of animal’s motion tracking Advanced technologies for controlled delivery of light to targeted locations in biological tissues are essential to neuroscience research that applies optogenetics in animal models. Fully implantable, miniaturized devices with wireless control and […]
We’re excited to announce that Dr. Cameron Good is joining the NeuroLux team as our Chief Research Officer on April 1st to expand research and product development of new implantable device technology. Prior to NeuroLux, he was a Senior Research Scientist with the United States Army running a research program focused on biocompatible electronic devices. […]
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Wireless multilateral devices for optogenetics studies of individual and social behaviors
Yang et al.
Wireless battery-free fully implantable multimodal recording and neuromodulation tools for songbirds
Jokubas Ausra, et al.
Wireless, battery-free subdermally implantable photometry systems for chronic recording for neural dynamics
A. Burton, et al, 2020