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Scientists Awarded $9M from NSF to Develop Optical Brain Imaging

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Wednesday, September 27, 2017

A multidisciplinary team of researchers, including UC Santa Barbara scientists John Bowers, Michael Goard and Luke Theogarajan, has been awarded $9 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop and widely share state-of-the-art optical brain-imaging techniques.

The group of neuroscientists, electrical engineers, molecular biologists, neurologists, bioengineers and physicists was recognized for its collaborative NEMONIC (NExt generation MultiphOton NeuroImaging Consortium) project, which pushes the boundaries of brain imaging.

Professor Bowers is the Director of the Institute for Energy Efficiency and a faculty member of the Technology Management Program.

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By Julie Cohen, Writer for The UCSB Current

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