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The diamond voltage microscope

The demonstration that diamond nitrogen–vacancy centre technology can optically detect voltages with an impressive sensitivity could bring new opportunities for investigating neurobiology.

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Fig. 1: Neuronal voltage imaging technology.

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Nesladek, M., Spira, M.E. The diamond voltage microscope. Nat. Photon. 16, 675–677 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41566-022-01075-y

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