neuron-silicon interface?

Thom Cleland thom at crayfish.ucsd.edu
Sat Nov 7 01:17:48 EST 1992


In article <1992Oct31.032113.4145 at wixer.cactus.org> wizard at wixer.cactus.org (John P Onorato) writes:
>In article <1992Oct29.044209.18536 at news.yale.edu> FRICHARD at biomed.med.yale.edu (Frank Richardson) writes:
>>Hello all,
>>Just curious, does anyone know of research into interfacing neurons and silicon
>>chips? I'm very serious. I am interested in exploring possibilites for neurons
>>communicating with electronics and vic-versa. 
>
>
Look up the research out of Jerome Pine's laboratory at Caltech.  He works
(in part) on exactly this problem.  It's interesting stuff.


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