MaxWell Monthly Must-Reads (January 2021)

  Welcome to our MaxWell Monthly Must-Reads blog. A new year also means new publications to highlight and new topics to discover. This year as well, for our monthly must-reads, we will choose a theme per month and select five papers that we think are worth reading. Last year we covered a range of topics from Human iPSC-Derived Neurons to a special COVID-19 edition called Neurons and Viruses. In our first edition of 2021, we have decided to focus on Functional…

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MaxWell Monthly Must-Reads (December 2020)

  The year 2020 is almost over but we have one last edition of our monthly must-reads blog in store for you. This year we covered numerous topics, from applications (Retinal Organoids, Retina, Organoids, Human iPSC-Derived Neurons, Axons, Beta Cells) to MEA (MEA for drug screening, Burst Detection, Spike Sorting, Neuroengineering) and also wrote a special edition (Neurons and Viruses). In our December edition, we highlight the latest developments on Direction Selectivity in the Retina. We feature the article written by Matsumoto et al. which investigates the…

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MaxWell Monthly Must-Reads (October 2020)

  It is already time for the 10th edition of our monthly blog. We hope you enjoyed last month’s post about microelectrode array (MEA) technology for drug screening as well as our previous posts about a variety of scientific topics (Beta Cells, Burst Detection, Axons, Retina, Organoids, Human iPSC-Derived Neurons, Neurons and Viruses and Spike Sorting). In our October edition, we highlight the latest developments on Neuroengineering, with a focus on development of technologies for manipulating neural networks. We highlighted the article written by Kim et al. which describes a…

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MaxWell Monthly Must-Reads (July 2020)

  We have reached the second half of 2020 and thus arrived at the seventh edition of MaxWell Monthly Must-Reads. In the first four, we mainly highlighted scientific topics. In January we focused on Axons, in February on Retina and in March we picked Organoids as our main topic. Furthermore, during times of COVID-19 in April and May, we highlighted Neurons and Viruses and Spike Sorting! Last month, during ISSCR 2020, we highlighted Human iPSC-Derived Neurons. For this edition we decided to focus on Burst Detection! The bursting phenomenon is a periodic increase in…

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