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DPUK technology allows scientists to get a detailed picture of the workings of brain cells on a scale that enables joined-up programmes of research with industry.

Collaborative work between industry and academia has been made possible by the availability of state-of-the-art high-throughput and automated imaging platforms such as Phenix. Automation and fast screening times improve efficiency and accuracy in data production and allow for useful feedback to industry.

Professor Richard Wade-Martins' group at the University of Oxford:

For more information contact Dr Sarah Pearce (