Cultured neural networks: spontaneous activity, bursts and learning capabilities

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Rutten, Wim L.C. (2005) Cultured neural networks: spontaneous activity, bursts and learning capabilities. In: 7th International Conference on Cellular Engineering, ICCE 2005, September 6-9, 2005, Seoul, Korea.

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Abstract:Neuro-electronic interfacing operates at the crossing of neuroscience, tissue and cellular engineering, signal processing and micro(nano)fabrication. The aim is to engineer large-scale connections between the electronic and the neuronal world. For rehabilitation of sensory or neuromuscular functional deficits, for future brain-computer interfaces, to provide new tools to the brain researcher or to bring about-and understand - the process of learning in live, cultured neuronal networks.
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