Before giving in to the magic of Christmas, warming up and settling yourself into the smell of hot #Swiss chocolates, the whole 3Brain team joins to wish you all a happy holiday season and a Merriful Christmas! Looking forward to meeting you on our first event of the year, SfNConnectome21 , and many more to come! See you in 2021!
We are thrilled to announce a great opportunity for young Post Docs. 3Brain wants to promote young neuroscientists at the beginning of their scientific journey by awarding the most inspiring project idea involving HD-MEA recordings from in-vitro models. Don’t miss the chance to win a 10,000€ award. Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter, more details coming soon!
New paper released! Beautiful work from Diana Ixmatlahua et al (Rafael Gutiérrez team, Center for Research and Advanced Studies of the National Polytechnic Institute, (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN) Mexico). With the simultaneous recording of thousands of cells on a 3Brain HD-MEA, they discovered that the well-known glutamatergic mossy fiber synapse of the hippocampus was hiding silent but ready-to-use, pH-sensitive, electrical synapses.
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We attended Neurex's first workshop of 2020. With Dr.Sercan Deniz, in Strasbourg, meeting up with many others in the neuroscientific field over the theme of the "Cerebellum".
One of our first conferences into 2020!
Showing the true potentials of HD-MEAs as to how we bring CMOS technology together with MEAs. Displaying not only the BioCAM DupleX, but also the upcoming BioCAM MultipleX!
As written by JNeurosci, "Electrical coupling between different types of ganglion cells exists in mammalian retinae, highlighting complexity of cross-talk between distinct CNS neural pathways."
This publication shows that with the right tools, researchers still redefine studies that have been taught for well over 20 years!
A Merry Christmas and Happy New Years into the 2020. We cannot wait to involve you in more of our future advancements in our products along with what we will be able to do for you in your innovative reasearch.
We attended the event for BraYn 2019 this year. Meeting many young and innovative neuroscientists of the field this year. We hope we brought forth some inspiration for technological advancements in the Neuroscience field, and hopefully be a contribution to the research, experiments, and successes of the young generations today.
This new publication shows an intriguing approach to infere the intrinsic state of neurons starting from large-scale high-density MEA recordings.Applied to 3Brain data it has been made possible to determine the role of the refractory state in spatiotemporal dynamics of developing neonatal retinal waves.
On Nov 12 for the CSEM Business Day, with the theme of Deep Tech, many great special guests such as Dava Newman, Nasa former Deputy Administrator, and Lukas Viglietti, President at SwissApollo, spoke at the event. Our CEO (Mauro Gandolfo) also presented that day on the topic of Brain On Chip.
With our recent reveal of the HyperCAM Alpha at SFN19, the link to it's signing up page will be available here. Through there you will be able to subscribe exclusively for upcoming information regarding the HyperCAM Alpha.
It has been our pleasure being here with many professionals in this year's SFN! We'll definitely see you guys again next year, but in the meantime, follow us here to get updates or ask us questions on our upcoming microelectrode array (MEA) developments.
We will be attending and exhibiting at the SFN 2019 this year. We will be present at our booth (No.1368) with our BioCAM DupleX and an upcoming product to the BioCAM line which we call MultipleX. We shall be bringing more information to the booth on how our multiwell system platform highly differentiates itself within the field of electrophysiology.
With united inputs on a publication, we've combined our system with other setups. In this particular paper, it is demonstrated how a ferrule-top micro-indentation system is used to measure visco-elastic properties of the retina along with electrophysiological activity.
We attended the 2019 SPS (Safety Pharmacology Society) in Barcelona this year. Mainly providing details at our booth about the BioCAM DupleX. Information such as regarding how it functions in applications with neuronal cultures, organoids, brain slices, stem cells, safety in toxicology, and drug discovery.
Our BioCAM DupleX was represented by our Korean distributor, SciTech Korea, at the IBRO 2019 this year. It has been our pleasure to be able to be a part of this and we will be available for any further questions through our contact form.
Spontaneous activity of an immature dissociated hippocampal cultures at 11DIVs.
Despite the young age, the culture exhibits a sustained activity with strong spike events on many electrodes. Sporadic network bursts show the onset of synchronous activity.
We were at the European Retina Meeting 2019 in Helsinki this year. Having our booth displaying the BiocamX, BioCAM DupleX and our new Accura Chip to all those innovative individuals who are interested in new concepts and technology to assist them in the field of research behind retinas.
For those who seek for more detailed information regarding the BioCAM DupleX, the brochure is available now for download. We’ve included in-depths into performance levels, tech specs, applications, and much more.
Our EVOS add-on is live. The BrainWave add-on to perform Long Term Potentiation/Depression on high density 3Brain MEA probes. The data sample file is available for download.
It has been a pleasure to be here at the workshop held at the University of Edinburgh. We've attended with many other professionals to discuss about the next generation of MEAs for electrophysiology. Demonstrations on BrainWave4 was made to show it's possible contribution into the future along with our new BioCAM DupleX.
Introducing our fully bi-directional microelectrode array platform, the BioCAM DupleX. Through 15 years of research and development, 3Brain has created a state-of-the-art microelectrode array with more cutting-edge functions based on the latest generation of Khíron chips.
We will be at the Stem Cells & Organoids in Development & Disease Symposium in Amsterdam on February 20-22. Meet us at booth #50 to see how our cutting-edge microelectrode array technology boosts research on organoids and stem cells.
We're bringing our advanced microelectrode array technology to the City of Lights this February 18th and 19th. Our Roadshow in Paris is an incredible opportunity to discover BioCAM X, our MEA probes and latest BrainWave 4 software and see how they meet your research needs. To find out more, send an email to email@example.com.
BrainWave 4 offers a new way to collect, analyze and export electrophysiological data gathered using 3Brain's microelectrode array (MEA) platforms. With this feature-rich software, you can filter the data, detect and sort spikes in activity, analyze local field potentials (LPFs), and much more. Find out how you can download BrainWave 4 and choose the right license to advance your research in drug discovery, brain organoids, neuronal networks and the retina.
Through 3Brain’s CMOS-MEA, this study allowed the classification of over 30 distinct retinal ganglion cells from mice’s retinas. The research was done with the automatic classification of large-scale retinal recordings using a simple stimulus paradigm and a spike train distance measure as a clustering metric
A new gold standard for electrical measurement in the emerging in vitro world of three dimensional models. That's what Swiss medtech 3Brain has established by partnering with CSEM. Its Khíron chip enables fast, accurate intra-tissue measurement and continuous nutrient and oxygen supply through all tissue layers for the first time. And it is set to unlock the potential of next-generation cell culture models in disease modeling and preclinical studies.
We will be at the 2018 #FENS conference in Berlin from July 7 to July 11. Visit our Booth #163 to see the Most Advanced Device for Label Free Functional Imaging
Three years after the launch of its first product, 3Brain has seen a 38 percent increase in its revenues and now aims to reach over CHF 1.100K this year. The brain-computer company is currently developing new strategies to accelerate its growth.
3Brain has been invitated as industrial speaker at ISCAS meeting on the May 29th, morning session.
Join our team of experts present for this event and find out why BioCAM X MEA platform is the technology of choice for label-free in-vitro electrophysiology
Bilan, the authoritative reference magazine of Swiss economy, selected 3Brain for the top-50 list of companies that investors should be paying attention to. In the Medtech area, 3Brain has been appointed as one of the top level companies and the only one in the Swiss ecosystem developing promising neuro-technologies. 3Brain has been selected for its unique biosensor that opens new possibilities for tackling brain diseases and innovative neuroprosthetic solutions.
3Brain will participate to SWISS NORDIC BIO 2018 on the 8th of Febraury 2018. Mauro Gandolfo, CEO of 3Brain, has been invited to give an inspirational key note on how to get success in participating to Eureka Eurostar project
Andy Pomeranz, VP of ALA Scientific, our partner and distributor for the USA, participated in the training week about @3Brain 's products in our facility in Switzerland. The training comprised a successful demo at the laboratory of Egidio D'Angelo in Pavia (IT) on cerebellar slices!
3Brain attends the SfN’s 47th annual meeting, Neuroscience 2017, which is the world’s largest neuroscience conference for scientists and physicians devoted to understanding the brain and nervous system.
3Brain, the leading Swiss brain-computer company, changes corporate structure to 3Brain AG by a capital increase and appoints executives from USA, Sweden, Denmark and Switzerland.
Come to visit us at the 68th Italian Physiolgical Society Meeting (SIF) in Pavia (Italy), from 6 to 8 September 2017!!
The EU has granted CHF 1.7 million to the new project - 3BrainScreen -, which complements a Swiss project of CHF 1.5 million and will be coordinated by 3Brain, the Swiss brain-computer company
Neurotoxicity and the accumulation of extracellular amyloid-beta1–42 (Aβ) peptides are associated with the development of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and correlate with neuronal activity and network dysfunctions, ultimately leading to cellular death. However, research on neurodegenerative diseases is hampered by the paucity of reliable readouts and experimental models to study such functional decline from an early onset and to test rescue strategies within networks at cellular resolution. To overcome this important obstacle, in Amin et al., authors used 3Brain's CMOS-chips with 4096-electrodes to model AD on rat hippocampal cell culture.
Ready to show our fantastic MEA mecordings!! Visit our booth (no 3) at the NeuroFrance meeting
In a recent paper published on Cell Reports, Hilgen and colleagues presented a "method for automated spike sorting for recordings with high-density, large-scale multielectrode arrays". Exploiting the dense sampling of single neurons by multiple electrodes, an efficient, low-dimensional representation of detected spikes consisting of estimated spatial spike locations and dominant spike shape features is exploited for fast and reliable clustering into single units. Millions of events can be sorted in minutes, and the method is parallelized and scales better than quadratically with the number of detected spikes. Performance is demonstrated using recordings with a 4,096-channel array and validated using anatomical imaging, optogenetic stimulation, and model-based quality control. Their approach demonstrates that it is feasible to reliably isolate the activity of up to thousands of neurons and that dense, multi-channel probes substantially aid reliable spike sorting.
How human neural networks fire spiking activity and responds to electrical stimuli when they coupled to a dense multi-electrode arrays for up to 3 months