Warm or Cold? Warm or Cold? Brain slices of older tissues prepared with ice-cold (blue) and warm (red) preparation methods, as demonstrated by Shiwei Huang and Marylka Yoe Uusisaari in a paper in Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. The asterisks (*) indicate visible neurons. While no healthy neurons are visible in the left image, seven are visible in the right. Abbreviations: PN, Purkinje neuron layer; ML, molecular layer; GrC, granular cell layer. Date: 12 April 2013 Copyright OIST (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, 沖縄科学技術大学院大学). Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0). Download full-resolution image Tags Research Researchers Share on: Related Images Researcher in the cleanroom Alexander Badrutdinov using a microscope to take a close look at a prototype developed by the lithography system. Professor Hirotaka Sugawara Professor Sugawara, head of the Advanced Medical Instrumentation Unit at OIST. Professor Amy Shen Professor Amy Shen holds a microfluidic platform, a tool she uses to transform soapy mixtures into gels. Qi Unit Professor Qi and members of his research unit developed a hybrid deposition method to produce perovskite solar cells. From left: Yabing Qi, Sonia R. Raga, Shenghao Wang, Luis K. Ono, and Yuichi Kato. Emi Furukawa with Brazilian Collaborators OIST researcher Emi Furukawa, center; Jorge Moll, second from left; Patricia Bado, middle; Paulo Mattos, right with colleagues at IDOR in Rio de Janeiro.