ANU researchers build brain-on-a-chip »

by on May 15, 2017

ANU researchers have developed a suitable material to allow brain cells to grow and form predictable circuits, which could lead to the development of prosthetics for the brain. Researchers grew the brain cells on a semiconductor wafer patterned with nanowires which act as a scaffold to guide the growth of brain cells. Lead researcher Dr Vini Gautam from the Research School of Engineering at ANU said the scaffold provides a…
WN.com – Science News

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