OpenVape

OpenVape

In a recent paper published in eNeuro, Jude Frie and colleagues from Ontario, Canada present  a new, open-source, low-cost, and versatile e-cigarette vapor exposure device: OpenVape.  Additionally, the authors also tested the OpenVape device by performing a behavioral...
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...
PiDose

PiDose

Cameron Woodard has kindly shared the following write up about PiDose, an open source system for oral drug administration to group-housed mice. “PiDose is an open-source tool for scientists performing drug administration experiments with mice. It allows for automated...
CerebraLux

CerebraLux

This week we want to shed some light on a project from Robel Dagnew and colleagues from UCLA called CerebraLux, a wireless system for optogenetic stimulation. Optogenetic methods have been a crucial tool for understanding the role that certain neural cell populations...
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...