sias started the topic Where are the most interesting in Neuroscience, outside of the clinic? in the forum Neuroscience Students Forum 3 years, 4 months ago
Where are the most interesting and rewarding jobs in Neuroscience, outside of the clinic?
Neuroscience, being a dynamic field and a hot topic at the moment, probably already creates interesting career prospects which do not immediately come to mind when thinking about the field. It would be great to hear from neuroscientists who work in the…[Read more]
- In reply to: Charlotte Schubert posted an update in the group Neuroscience Labs Has anyone of you recommendations about neuroscience labs using 2-photon-in vivo-imaging? Thanks! View
you’ve probably found what you’re after in the last 11 months, I’d imagine :-). In case you haven’t, could you elaborate a bit more about the purpose or your question, i.e. would you like to discuss their experience with their system/apply for a job/collaborate with them?
It would be great to hear more about the development of these, and new technologies that have spun off or which are yet to come because of the resources available for these high profile projects.
sias started the topic New neuroscience laboratory applications of Active Illumination? in the forum Neuroscience Group 3 years, 4 months ago
Active Illumination (AI) used in microscopy seems to be an ever more popular technique for answering questions that were impossible to answer before. There are several technologies, DLP and SLM-based as well as new detector technologies (more sensitive PMT’s and sCMOS cameras) which have given this field a boost in recent years. I’m wondering whe…[Read more]
- In reply to: Erica started the forum topic CB1 (cannabis) receptors on astrocytes vs. CB1 on nuclear membranes. in the group Neuroscience Students Zhang and Marsicano (2012) have tested the different between chemical behaviors […] View
Appreciate if you can tell us more about it :)