3D printed hardware behaves similarly to neurons in the brain
Scientists at the University of Sussex (UK) have designed and developed a piece of hardware utilizing 3D printing to mimic neuron activity in the brain. With code available for free via PLOS Biology, ‘Spikeling’ is cheap and accessible to anyone teaching neuroscience.
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