neuroscience and biology technologies

Summary

Earlier this year I created a webpage to list various labs, websites, and other resources related to neuroscience and biotechnology. Decided to expand on this and create a living document of various technologies currently used in neuroscience.

There has been, and continues to be, an explosion in technologies with neuroscience applications. Keeping track of them all can be daunting at times, especially for someone entering the field. I've decided to begin assembling a list of neurotechnologies into a living document. Very early draft form is below on Google Doc, still deciding on the best way format and share such a resource.

Neuroscience Technologies

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bahanonu [at] alum.mit.edu

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