Studying fruit fly larvae, Janelia scientists have mapped the entire neural circuit involved in combining vibration and pain sensations used in triggering an escape behavior.
A new tool developed at HHMI's Janelia Research Campus lets scientists permanently mark neurons that are active at a particular time.
Fernando Amat, Philipp Keller, and William Lemon win first prize in the 2014 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition for their video that captures the early development of a fruit fly embryo.
A new imaging platform designed at Janelia produces high-resolution images with little light damage to cells.
Big data can mean big headaches for scientists. A new library of software tools from Janelia speeds analysis of data sets so large and complex they would take days or weeks to analyze on a single workstation – if a single workstation could do it at all.
Janelia researchers speed process with new computational method.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County, the Pennsylvania State University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) are working together to learn how to adapt the Meyerhoff Scholars Program at more universities.
Janelia researchers speed up image-processing time and get sharper microscopy images by employing techniques used by astonomers and ophthalmologists.
Five-year Effort Brings Course-Based Research Experiences to Nearly 5,000 College Students.
Nuevolution A/S recently announced that it has entered into a scientific collaboration with Duke University, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, Inc. for the investigation of the biological mechanism of action of a specified GPCR drug target.