'See through,' high-resolution EEG recording array gives a better glimpse of the brain

Electroencephalograms (EEGs) are commonly used to measure brain activity, but they cannot differentiate the activity of different types of brain cells. Nor is it possible to easily combine EEG data with brain imaging data.A collaboration between Boston Children's Hospital and Northeastern University has led to a highly miniaturized, see-through EEG device. Using it in live, awake mice, researchers were able to capture the electrical outputs of individual neurons while simultaneously performing high-resolution optical imaging.

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