Brain Research Advances with Precision and Speed_Case Study

Academic researchers investigating how memory and thought processes are formed required brain tissue samples to be 20 nanometers thin, which is equivalent to slicing the width of a human hair into 4,000 sections. Researchers also required the ability to create thousands of sections from the same sample quickly.

Read how the university worked with Boston Engineering to develop advanced lab equipment with the precision motor control and automation required to enable this groundbreaking research.