CSAIL Researchers Use Brain as Guide
October 6, 2008
A group of researchers will be working towards greater efficiency in the way man-made electrodes influence and gather information about cellular activity. Professor Russ Tedrake, along with Alexandre Megretski and H. Sebastian Seung of MIT and Hongkun Park of Harvard, will be working towards a greater understanding of the dynamics of these electrodes, called planar patch-clamp arrays. To learn more about the group’s work, along with the research of other NSF-sponsored groups working to unlock the secrets of the brain, click here.