Researchers Develop a Unique Tool to Study the Brain
Sep 14, 2021
Researchers recently delved deeper into the impact of early brain development in mice using a unique model that can utilize both external light as well as chemicals to control neurons.
NeuroNex Community Presents Research at BRAIN Initiative Investigators Meeting
Jul 1, 2021
In June 2021, neuroscientists, researchers, collaborators and others convened online to discuss and explore the latest neuroscience research. Several researchers funded by the National Science Foundation’s NeuroNex Program also participated in the meeting.
NSF Opportunities Help Further Research in Biological Sciences
Nov 9, 2020
NSF funds numerous projects and programs to help expand and improve infrastructure, workforce development, and research. These can range from facilitating virtual and in-person meetings that explore ways to integrate research methods from different sub disciplines of biology, to offering funded opportunities to further fundamental research within the biological sciences.
International teams, with NSF support, investigate key questions in neuroscience
Aug 20, 2020
For years, NSF's Next Generation Networks for Neuroscience program, also known as NeuroNex, has worked to help develop new tools and theories to solve the mysteries of the brain. Now, NSF and a group of international partners are working to put those resources in the hands of researchers around the world and create international partnerships to accelerate the next generation of neuroscience.
The Next Scientific Revolution Will Be Illuminated
Aug 20, 2020
In a recent article, posted on ConvergenceRI, Christopher Moore, Professor of Neuroscience and Associate Director of the Carney Institute of Brain Science, discusses the value and potential of bioluminescent optogenetics or BL-OG.
Bioluminescence Hub Launches Virtual Club for Students
Jul 17, 2020
As the world grapples with the SARS-COV2 Pandemic and most schools remain closed for the unforeseeable future, virtual learning has become a part of the new normal. Recently, the Bioluminescence Hub launched a virtual Junior Trainee Club — a program designed for 9-14-year-olds looking to learn STEM concepts and practice some scientific skills.