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Micromachines, Volume 9, Issue 9 (September 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The brain is one the most complex living structures known, and is capable of process computation, [...] Read more. The brain is one the most complex living structures known, and is capable of process computation, retaining memory and feeling emotions. However, it is still not well understood. Microelectrodes interfacing with neural circuits have been employed in practical use for a few decades now (Utah array and Michigan probes). Those probes have served as the rational approach to gather knowledge of the brain’s working mechanisms and interrelations. Yet, there is still no perfect solution as each probe has pros and cons for specific applications. Thus, novel designs are crucial for more robust and reliable interfacing with the brain. View this paper