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New Tool Images Neural Activity With Near-Infrared Light

News   Jan 23, 2019 | Original Press Release from the University of Alberta

 
New Tool Images Neural Activity With Near-Infrared Light

Robert Campbell, professor in the Department of Chemistry, led the team that developed a new detector to visualize the activity in neurons—with applications to help build better, more effective treatments for a number of pressing health conditions. Credit: John Ulan

 
 
 

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