Sunday, 12 June 2016

Robotic microscope locks on to wiggly worm's brain

Microscopes are an indispensable scientific instrument, but they don't do much good if the object under study keeps crawling out of view. To keep things in focus, a team of scientists from Osaka University and Tohoku University led by Professor Koichi Hashimoto has developed a new robotic microscope that automatically tracks moving objects as part of a study of brain activity.

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Osaka University
Tohoku University

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