Brain Machine Interfaces
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By embedding a nano-sized transistor inside a cell-like membrane, scientists link humans and machines more intimately than ever. Scientists embedded a biologically powered transistor inside a cell membrane. The device is the most intimate binding of man and machine yet achieved. The research could lead to new man-machine interfaces. Man and machine can now be linked more intimately than ever, according to a new article in the journal ACS Nano Letters. Scientists have embedded a nano-sized transistor inside a cell-like membrane and powered it using the cell's own fuel.
The case for outlawing the practice of talking on cell phones while driving got a boost from the latest breakthrough from the innovation labs of Freie Universität Berlin.
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