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Technology    September 16, 2015
With a Better Optogenetic Light Switch, Scientists Can Flip Neurons On and Off
Posted by Eliza Strickland

Optogenetics is a marvel of our age, enabling neuroscientists to turn brain cells on and off with pulses of light. But until now there’s been an obvious difficulty: How do you deliver that light to brain cells that are tucked inside an animal’s skull?

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