Leeches in the lab

August 1995
Machine Design;8/10/95, Vol. 67 Issue 14, p155
Trade Publication
Reports on the use of leeches by researchers to build `neuromorphic' chips that mimic different portions of the animals' nervous system. Reason for using leeches in research study by students of Georgia Tech; Plan by researchers to perform tests on frogs or toads.


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