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Advanced Technology for Motor Neurophysiology

Advanced Technology for Motor Neurophysiology

Advanced Technology for Motor Neurophysiology

By developing advanced nanofabrication tools for manufacturing ultra-dense, ultra-flexible electrode arrays, we are creating a new class of electromyography (EMG) electrodes capable of recording large populations of single-unit recordings from muscle fibers during behavior.

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