Neuroscience on JoVE

The Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE) is a pioneering open access online journal devoted to the publication of peer-reviewed biological research in video format.

The JoVE website was launched in December 2006, and now has about 200 films, which are divided into 7 categories, and which describe all sorts of experimental procedures.

The neuroscience category contains videos describing basic techniques such as culturing mouse neocortical neurons, and more sophisticated procedures, such as implanting a glass-covered “brain window” for in vivo imaging in rats.
(In March of last year, I wrote about a study in which the latter method was used to perform in vivo imaging of neuronal plasticity in the olfactory bulb, and I’ve just uploaded a film clip of the results to YouTube.)