Researchers at the Univ. of Minnesota (UM) have developed a transparent, 3D-printed polymer skull that can be implanted in mice to study a wide swath of the cerebral cortex — the outer surface of the brain. The device, which enables observation of neural activity with unprecedented control and spatial resolution, has been dubbed the “See-Shell.”
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