A group of scientists at Columbia University, New York, led by Hungarian Attila Losonczy, have opened a new dimension on the better understanding of brain functions.
During the recent research, the team has made groundbreaking discoveries on in vivo activity dynamics of interneurons during behavior.
It’s particularly inspiring that the 3D system used by the scientists was also developed by Hungarians, Balázs Rózsa, physicist, founder and his team at Femtonics. The company was established in 2005 and it has been specializing in manufacturing of two-photon laser scanning microscopes. Its flagship product is the FEMTO3D Atlas, a pioneer in the field of 3D multiphoton microscopy, using 3D acousto-optic (AO) technology.
More information about the company and its products at https://femtonics.eu/.