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New Silicon-based Chips Could Improve Brain-Machine Interfaces

News   Mar 23, 2020 | Original story from Stanford University

 
New Silicon-based Chips Could Improve Brain-Machine Interfaces

A close up of the microwire array. With a silicon chip attached to the top and the wires at the bottom gently inserted into the brain, this device can help researchers take a movie of neural activity. Credit: Andrew Brodhead/Stanford News Service

 
 
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