Fractal brain, from a single neuron’s perspective

Fractal brain

Physicists studying the brain at Washington University in St. Louis have shown how measuring signals from a single neuron may be as good as capturing information from many neurons at once using big, expensive arrays of electrodes. (Image: Wessel laboratory)

Hacking into brain signals may be more straightforward than once thought.

Physicists studying the brain at Washington University in St. Louis have shown how measuring signals from a single neuron may be as good as capturing information from many neurons at once using big, expensive arrays of electrodes.

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