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Researchers develop implantable device that can record a collection of individual neurons over months

Photograph of elastomer-encapsulated neural probes with four layers of electrode arrays. Credit: Jia Liu Group/Harvard SEAS Recording the activity of large populations of single neurons in the brain over long periods of time is crucial to further our understanding of neural circuits, to enable novel medical device-based therapies and, in the future, for brain–computer interfaces

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