|Janelia Research Campus High School Internship Program 2018|
|Fly Brain Imaged at Nanoscale Resolution|
|Synapses in Neuropil Compartments Innervated by MB-CP2|
|Eric Kandel Young Neuroscientists Prize Awarded to Marta Zlatic|
|Feature Detection in Drosophila Neuron|
Learn more about how HHMI turned a quiet, wooded hillside along the Potomac River into a cutting-edge research facility.
|"The Evolution of Human Color Vision," Jeremy Nathans|
|"Tiny Conspiracies: Cell-to-Cell Communication in Bacteria," Bonnie Bassler|
|"Janelia at 10," Gerry Rubin|
|Video Abstract: Designer AAV Variant Permits Efficient Retrograde Access to Projection Neurons|
A new viral vector developed at Janelia Research Campus will help scientists understand large-scale neural networks.
|Video Abstract: Structured Dendritic Inhibition CA1 Pyramidal Cells|
|Courtship Song: A Window on Evolution|
New findings show how genes evolve to generate behavioral differences between species.
'Virtual reality' for mice to aid neural research - BBC Click
by BBC Click
|The Lab: Gwyneth Card Trailer #1|
|The Lab: Gwyneth Card Trailer #2|
|Building the IsoView: A Postdoc's Perspective|
How Janelia's postdocs advance the field of microscopy.
|Collaborations: The Card Lab Postdocs|
Postdoctoral associates drive much of the research at Janelia, collaborating with group leaders and other postdocs to make high-impact discoveries.
|The Lab: Gwyneth Card + Escape Behavior|
A team of scientists combines their expertise to decipher neural pathways that govern fruit fly behavior and decision making.
|Collaborations: Card Lab + Bock Lab|
Davi and Gwyneth discover an unusual neuronal connection in the Giant Fiber.
|Collaborations: Card Lab + Branson Lab|
Watch how Gwyneth and Kristin plot the movements of fly legs, one joint at a time.
|Collaborations: Card Lab + Stern Lab|
David and his team use Gwyneth's fly lines to construct a brain activity map.
|Collaborations: Card Lab + Freeman Lab|
Jeremy and Gwyneth develop a new way to visualize the fly brain connectome.
|Design & Invention: Janelia Instrument Design & Fabrication Lab (ID&F)|
|A Day in the Life: Janelia Lab Heads|
|Raghav Chhetri & Philipp Keller introduce the IsoView Light-Sheet Microscope|
|IsoView: Whole-brain functional imaging in larval zebrafish|
|IsoView: Two-color imaging of Drosophila gastrulation|
|Viewing super-resolution cells in real time|
|IsoView: Long-term Time Lapse Recording of Drosophila Embryo Development|
|IsoView: Whole-animal functional imaging in larval Drosophila|
|Cryo-EM 3D Reconstruction|
|Appendage Morphogenesis in Crustacean Model Parhyale Hawaiensis|
|Interaction of a T-cell with a Target Cell|
|Filopodia in a HeLa Cell|
|Cell Migrating Through Collagen Matrix|
|High NA SIM of Actin Clathrin Interactions|
|Combined Linear and Nonlinear SIM of Cytoskeletal Fibers|
|Interaction of Filamentous Actin with Myosin|
|Dragonfly Prey Capture|
|Dragonfly Prey Capture Attempt|
|Lattice Light Sheet Microscopy: Division of a HeLa Cell|
New computer software to unravel embryonic development cell by cell
|Imaging Synapses - Karel Svoboda (HHMI)|
|Whole Nervous System Filmed In Action|
US researcher Eric Betzig reacts to winning Nobel prize for chemistry
by AP Archive
Eric Betzig: Beyond the Nobel Prize -- New approaches to microscopy
"Accomplishments are objective, accolades are subjective." Eric Betzig on the Nobel Prize
by Nobel Prize
”Chemistry was always my weakest subject...” Eric Betzig on being awarded the Chemistry prize
by Nobel Prize
|Eric Betzig and Harald Hess (Janelia Farm/HHMI): Developing PALM Microscopy|
Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
|Tiny Backpacks Tap into Dragonflies' Brains | National Geographic|
|Whole-brain Imaging of Neuronal Activity with Cellular Resolution|
|Zebrafish Brain Activity Captured Using New CaMPARI Red Fluorescent Protein|
|Cell Lineage Reconstruction of Zebrafish Embryo Development|
|"The Wild and Wacky World of Epigenetics," Shirley M. Tilghman|
|"Taking Action: How Small Brains Make Big Choices," Gwyneth Card|
|"Into the Heart of the Mind: Neurotechnology to Restore Lost Function," John Donoghue|
|“The Chemistry of Color,” Luke Lavis|
|Digital Fruit Fly Embryo|
|Whole-Brain Imaging in Zebrafish|
|Video Abstract: Rejected Drunk Fly Study|
What a fly’s brain tells us about our own minds
by PBS NewsHour
|The Lab: Kristin Branson + Machine Learning|
Go behind the scenes as the Branson Lab develops new behavior classification tools to help researchers study behavior in flies and mice.
|The Lab: Karel Svoboda + Brain Dynamics|
Spend a day embedded in the Svoboda Lab as it builds a new type of microscope, and uses a virtual reality system to learn how mice explore the world.
|The Scientific Sweet Spot: Stephen Huston, Janelia Fellow|
|Launching a Career in Neuroscience: Stefan Pulver, Janelia Fellow|
|At the Forefront of Super-resolution: James Liu, Janelia Fellow|
|Risk and Research: Anastasios Pavlopoulos, Janelia Fellow|
|Marta Zlatic on the Science of Theatre|
|CaMPARI: Red Fluorescent Proteins|
|Video Abstract: Cellular Resolution Map of Barrel Cortex|
|Video Abstract: Brain Compass in Fruit Fly (Navigation in the Dark)|
|Video Abstract: Brain Compass in Fruit Fly (Navigation in Visual Arena)|
|Into the Woods: A Herpetological Survey at Janelia Research Campus|
|Neurons in the Brain of a Living Zebrafish Embryo|
|Inside Look: Joshua Dudman, PhD, Janelia Lab Head|
|Janelia Research Campus: A Different Model for Science|
Executive Director Gerry Rubin discusses where Janelia fits in the scientific landscape.
|Inside Look: Marta Zlatic, PhD, Janelia Lab Head|
|Inside Look: Davi Bock, PhD, Janelia Lab Head|
|Inside Look: Na Ji, PhD, Janelia Lab Head|
|Flashes of Insight: Whole-Brain Imaging of Neural Activity in the Zebrafish|
|The Brain's Synaptic Symphony: The GENIE Project|