Take a look at our Neurowire blog for #LabHacks guides to help you with a variety of neuroscience techniques.
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Take a look at some of our guest blog posts:
- At the bench: Two-photon microscopy illuminates our understanding of vision
- At the bench: Big changes in small circuits
- #LabHacks: 14 sharp tips for patch clamping
- At the bench: Auditory coding at the inner hair cell synapse
- At the bench: Bringing mysterious brain structures to light
- At the Bench: The High Definition family of retinal ganglion cells
- #LabHacks: Tips for performing adult animal brain slicing for patch clamp recording experiments
- #GradHacks: How to write your first research grant application
- Sensory inputs control cell type-specific dynamics in developing cortical networks
- #LabHacks: To compensate or not to compensate, that is the question
- Electrophysiologists: Are we superstitious?
- Electrophysiology: What goes on the inside?
- Looking without seeing: Exogenous attentional guidance from primates to fish
- Discovery of vascular channels that connect the skull and brain
- At the bench: The power of song