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Sussex Neuroscience

University of Sussex

Open Source tools for Neuroscience

Welcome to the Sussex Neuroscience Repository for Open Science tools!

Interests

  • Open Science
  • Open Source Hardware
  • Open Source Software
  • Citizen Science

Projects

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Fast Diode

A system to measure fast light transients

LED Zappelin’

An OpenSource LED stimulator for visual and optogenetics stimulation in combination with 2-photon recording

Open Visual Stimulator

An arbitrary-spectrum spatial visual stimulator for vision research

Open Spritzer

An open hardware pressure ejection system for reliably delivering picolitre volumes.

Hyperspectral Scanner

A low-cost hyperspectral scanner for natural imaging above and under water

Spikeling

A hardware implementation of the Izhikevich model of a spiking neuron

Pipette Puller Adapter

Developed for Dr. Eravci at the Mass Spectrometry unit, this 3D printed adapter is used to hold polyamide tubes in a pipette puller.

Med Associates Add-On

An add on to extend functionality of Med Associates behavioural system

Voltage amplifier

A voltage amplifier compatible with Arduino Due

Electrode calibration

A system to calibrate electrodes used in Voltammetry experiments

Recent Publications

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Leveraging open hardware to alleviate the burden of COVID-19 on global health systems

With the current rapid spread of COVID-19, global health systems are increasingly overburdened by the sheer number of people that need …

Leveraging Open Hardware to Alleviate the Burden of COVID-19 on Global Health Systems

With the current rapid spread of COVID-19, global health systems are increasingly overburdened by the sheer number of people that need …

LED Zappelin′: An open source LED controller for arbitrary spectrum visual stimulation and optogenetics during 2-photon imaging.

Two-photon (2P) microscopy is a cornerstone technique in neuroscience research. However, combining 2P imaging with spectrally arbitrary …

An arbitrary-spectrum spatial visual stimulator for vision research

Visual neuroscientists require accurate control of visual stimulation. However, few stimulator solutions simultaneously offer high …

A low-cost hyperspectral scanner for natural imaging and the study of animal colour vision above and under water

Hyperspectral imaging is a widely used technology for industrial and scientific purposes, but the high cost and large size of …

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