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Neurotechnology provides real-time readouts of lab rat brain activity and where they think they are


December 4, 2018

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An international team of scientists demonstrates a new neurotechnology for reading out neural signals of position in real-time as rats run a maze, or replay it during sleep, with a high degree of accuracy, with more than 1,000 input channels, and the ability to account for the statistical relevance of the readings almost instantly after they are made. Full Story

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Picower Institute at MIT

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