Monthly Archives: March 2015

The unsolved problems of neuroscience

The neuroskeptic blog recently mentioned a viewpoint paper which includes a list of the solved and unsolved problems of neuroscience. I’m probably not yet as deep into neuroscience as is the author of the paper, but I find it tempting to sharpen my … Continue reading

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Gain and photons per pixel

In 2010, Labrigger wrote about how to measure the gain of a imaging system. As mentioned there in the comments, this was discussed in more detail by James Pawley in the confocal microscopy mailing list quite recently (following a question I asked to the list), and I was … Continue reading

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