Scientist at Janelia Research Campus wins The Brain Prize for helping to develop a tool that advances our understanding of how the brain's networks process information.
Scientists at Janelia Research Campus have identified a neural circuit that connects motor planning to movement.
A new protein engineered by scientists at the Janelia Farm Research Campus fluoresces brightly each time it senses calcium, giving the scientists a way to visualize neuronal activity. The new protein is the most sensitive calcium sensor ever developed and the first to allow the detection of every neural impulse.
The May 9th lecture, Shining Light on How the Brain Works, is free, but tickets are required for admission.
New research suggests that training to do a new task causes groups of brain cells to “learn” how to work together more efficiently.
A new imaging tool lets researchers watch individual neurons in the brains of living animals light up as they work together to control the animal’s behavior.
Researchers have identified a chemical messenger that helps different sites on individual neurons coordinate with one another.
Even short bursts of activity in a few neurons can influence learning and decision making.
Genetically installing light-sensitive proteins in the brains of mice enables researchers to map functional brain wiring over long distances at unprecendeted levels of detail.
Top researchers from 28 countries report on their latest research into some of the world's toughest biomedical challenges.
Neurons in the brains of mice sprout robust new connections when the animals adjust to new experiences.
Investigadores del HHMI desarrollan una nueva técnica que les permite observar la reorganización del cerebro.
HHMI researchers develop a new technique that permits them to witness the rewiring of the brain.
A new technique allows researchers to probe intact synapses.
Una nueva técnica le permite a los investigadores estudiar sinapsis intactas.