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3-photon imaging of mouse brain activity is published in Nature Methods (2/20/2017)

In vivo three-photon imaging of activity of GCaMP6-labeled neurons deep in intact mouse brain See paper

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Watch Chris's talk in the neurophotonics plenary session at Photonics West 2017.

Chris's 10-minute talk on in vivo three-photon imaging of mouse brain Watch Video

Tianyu Wang won the JenLab Young Investigator Award at Photonics West 2017 (01/30/2017).

Tianyu Wang won the JenLab Young Investigator Award at Photonics West 2017. Congratulations! See News Report

Most Cited Paper in JOSA B

Check out the 100 Most-Cited JOSA Papers of All Time. Most Cited Paper in JOSA B

The real-time technicolour living brain

Neurobiologists are coming up with innovative ways to get high-resolution pictures of the whole brain at work. NATURE | TECHNOLOGY FEATURE 

Cornell Neurotech Symposium

Neurotech symposium on the brain spotlights new discoveries

The Inaugural Cornell Neurotech Mong Family Foundation Symposium See Cornell Chronicle.
 

BRAIN Initiative webinars hosted by NIH

BRAIN Initiative webinars have been posted to the BRAIN Initiative website BRAIN Webinars.

Cornell Symposium to feature the winners of the Brain Prize

The Inaugural Cornell Neurotech Mong Family Foundation Symposium on 9/29/2016 will feature three Cornell Alums who won the Brain Prize, Winfried Denk, Ph.D. ’89, Karel Svoboda ’88, and David Tank, M.S. ’80, Ph.D. ’83. Symposium Schedule.
 
See Cornell Chronicle.
 

In Pursuit of Smarter Machines: the Brain as Archetype

In Pursuit of Smarter Machines: the Brain as Archetype. See Cornell Recently Funded Research.

Inaugural Mong neurotech fellows

Six scientists named inaugural Mong neurotech fellows. See Cornell Chronicle.

Feature article about Cornell Neurotech

Cornell Neurotech is featured in Cornell Enginneering Magazine Cornell Neurotech.

Cornell Neurotech launched with multimillion dollar gift.

Cornell Neurotech, a collaboration between the Colleges of Arts and Sciences and Engineering, will launch thanks to a multimillion dollar seed grant from the Mong Family Foundation, through Stephen Mong ’92, MEN ’93, MBA ’02.

Chris Xu will deliver a keynote talk at the Brain Prize Meeting 2015.

Chris Xu will deliver a keynote talk at the Brain Prize Meeting 2015 in Copenhagen.

Chris Xu will deliver an invited talk at Neuroscience 2015 (SfN2015).

Three new papers published in Biomedical Optics Express and JBO (03/23/2015).

Chris Xu attended the White House conference on the BRAIN initiative (09/30/2014).

New BRAIN initiative grant from NIH to develop better imaging tools (09/30/2014).

Paper on multiphoton cross sections and 4-photon imaging is published (09/04/2014).

Watch Chris's talk at CLEO2014 on lasers for deep tissue imaging (09/04/2014).

Post-deadline paper at CLEO 2014 (6/12/2014).

We presented a postdeadline paper at CLEO 2014, three-photon imaging of mouse brain activity.

Review on soliton fiber soliton sources is published (03/31/2014).

Paper on soliton fiber sources is published (03/31/2014). See Paper.

Paper on soliton cascade is published (02/05/2014).

Paper on soliton cascade in HOM fibers is published (02/05/2014). See Paper.

Cover article in Optics and Photonics News describes three-photon microscopy (10/29/2013).

The cover article in Optics and Photonics News (OPN) describes our deep brain imaging. See the OSA Journal OPN.

Review on fiber lasers for multiphoton imaging published in Nature Photonics (10/23/2013).

Review paper on fiber lasers for multiphoton imaging is published in Nature Photonics. See Xu group publications.

Feature story in BioOptics World on our endoscopy research (09/25/2013).

News article in BioOptics World describes our medical endoscopy effort. See BioOptics World.

Dual modality, zoom endomicroscope is published (8/1/2013).

Our work on dual modality endomicroscope with optical zoom capability is published in Biomedical Optics Express.

Three new papers just published (07/16/2013).

Time-lens source for hyperspectral Raman imaging and a novel miniature lens are published.

Three-photon fluorescence endoscopy of unstained tissue is published (04/01/2013).

Our work on three-photon fluorescence endoscopy of unstained tissue is published in Biomedical Optics Express.

Martin Weinigel [8588-87], Ke Wang [8588-91], Tom Lai [8588-101], and Yuji Tanaka [8588-107] were awarded first place (tied) in the Student Poster Session Competition for the conference on Multiphoton Microscopy in the Biomedical Sciences XIII. The award was presented by Conference Chairs Ammasi Periasamy (Univ. of Virginia), Karsten König (JenLab GmbH), and Peter So (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).

Multi-color femtosecond source won the best poster award at Photonics West (02/04/2013)

Our work on multi-color femtosecond source for excitation of multiple fluorescent proteins won the best poster award at Photonics West 2013. >>>more

Deep tissue, three-photon microscopy is published in Nature Photonics (01/20/2013).

Our work on in vivo three-photon fluorescence microscopy of subcortical structures is published in Nature Photonics. See also reports in Cornell Chronicle and The Cornell Daily Sun.

Fast, 3D lifetime imaging is published in Nature Photonics (12/16/2012).

Our work on frequency multiplexed in vivo multiphoton phosphorescence lifetime imaging is published in Nature Photonics. See also report in  Cornell Chronicle.

Two postdeadline papers at CLEO 2012! (5/6/2012)

We presented two postdeadline papers at CLEO 2012, deep tissue imaging and multiphoton endoscopy.

Pushing the Limit of Imaging Depth in Living Tissue (4/6/2012)

We hold the world record of in vivo multiphoton tissue imaging depth of 1.6 mm. What is coming next? >>> Link

Multiphoton Microscopy in Cornell NYC Tech Campus (4/2012)

Multiphoton endoscopy, as an integral part of the winning proposal of Cornell NYC Tech Campus, will contribute to a healthier life.  >>> Link

Multiphoton Microscopy Arouses Industrial Interests (10/2011)

The promising prospect of in vivo imaging with multiphoton microscopy at long wavelength has triggered great interests from industrial partners. >>> Link

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