PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Decoding the neural language of the brain is a defining scientific challenge and opportunity of neuroscience research. To truly understand the neural basis of behavior and cognition, scientists need technologies that can map activity in brain circuits and networks during natural behaviors. Inscopix accelerates breakthroughs in neural circuit research by empowering investigators with cutting-edge neurotechnologies, powerful data analytics, and world class scientific support. Inscopix sustains its lead in miniature microscope platforms by continually incorporating the most recent innovations from Silicon Valley.
At the Society for Neuroscience conference this week, Inscopix is introducing the third-generation of its brain mapping system, nVista, incorporating the latest image sensor technology from ON Semiconductor. ON Semiconductor's technology is foundational to nVista's improved imaging sensitivity, precise frame trigger capabilities, and reduction of imaging artifacts due to motion. "ON Semiconductor is proud to support Inscopix with our latest generation of world leading small pixel global shutter technology," said Roopinder Grewal, Senior Director of Medical Business Development, Image Sensor Group at ON Semiconductor. "This program highlights our commitment to healthcare and bioscience research where we aim to improve lives through advanced imaging solutions for medical discovery and artificial intelligence." The collaboration of Inscopix and ON Semiconductor establishes a conduit of semiconductor innovation critical to sustaining Inscopix's leading position in miniature microscope development and the continued advancement of neuroscience discovery.
Inscopix is a discovery phase neuroscience company in Silicon Valley that is focused on advancing the mechanistic understanding of the brain at the level of neural circuits and networks. Inscopix develops miniaturized real-time brain mapping platforms that pave the way for incisive new insights into healthy brain function and for next-generation diagnostics, treatments and therapeutics for brain disorders. Inscopix was recognized as a private-sector partner of the White House BRAIN Initiative in 2014 and by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer in 2015 and Deloitte's Technology Fast 500 in 2016.
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