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We Can Now Control Brain Circuits Using a Smartphone

News   Aug 06, 2019 | Original story from UW Medicine

 
We Can Now Control Brain Circuits Using a Smartphone

The device, using Lego-like replaceable drug cartridges and powerful bluetooth low-energy, can target specific neurons of interest using drug and light for prolonged periods. Credit: Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

 
 
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