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Images from a new brain imaging technique, DIANA
New MRI Technique Tracks Brain Activity at Millisecond Timescales
The method, dubbed “DIANA,” could transform neuroscientists’ understanding of how the brain works, researchers say—though for now, it’s only been tested in anesthetized mice.
New MRI Technique Tracks Brain Activity at Millisecond Timescales
New MRI Technique Tracks Brain Activity at Millisecond Timescales

The method, dubbed “DIANA,” could transform neuroscientists’ understanding of how the brain works, researchers say—though for now, it’s only been tested in anesthetized mice.

The method, dubbed “DIANA,” could transform neuroscientists’ understanding of how the brain works, researchers say—though for now, it’s only been tested in anesthetized mice.

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Conceptual image of numbers
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