Open-tES

Open-tES

Solène Pedron and colleagues published an article in July of 2020 in Plos One, detailing a new device called open-tES for delivering non-invasive neuromodulation techniques such as transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). The purpose of open-tES was to allow...
RatHat: A self-targeting printable brain implant system

RatHat: A self-targeting printable brain implant system

Leila Allen and colleagues in Tim Allen’s lab at Florida International University recently developed RatHat, a self-targeting printable brain implant system. Below they describe their project: “There has not been a major change in how neuroscientists approach...
SignalBuddy

SignalBuddy

Richard Warren, a graduate student in the Sawtell lab at Columbia University, recently shared his new open-source project called SignalBuddy: SignalBuddy is an easy-to-make, easy-to-use signal generator for scientific applications. Making friends is hard, but making...
HOPE

HOPE

Sebastien Delcasso from the Graybiel lab at MIT published a method for developing a brain implant called “HOPE” for combining with optogenetics, pharmacology, and electrophysiology: HOPE (hybrid-drive combining optogenetics, pharmacology, and electrophysiology) is a...
3D Printed Headstage Implant

3D Printed Headstage Implant

Richard Pinnell from Ulrich Hofmann’s lab has three publications centered around open-source and 3D printed methods for headstage implant protection and portable / waterproof DBS and EEG to pair with water maze activity. We share details on the three studies below:...