finally planted seeds and transplanted seedlings in my square foot garden, first and second week of june.. the pic is a week after.
Machine logic is based on human logic. But although a computer processor can be dissembled and dissected in logical steps, the same is not true for the way our brains process information, says Mark Shein of Tel Aviv University’s School of Electrical Engineering.
Doctoral student Shein and his supervisors, Prof. Yael Hanein of the School of Electrical Engineering and Prof. Eshel Ben-Jacob of the School of Physics and Astronomy, want to understand the brain’s logic. They have developed a new kind of a lab-on-a-chip platform that may help neuroscientists understand one of the deepest mysteries of our brain –– how neuronal networks communicate and work together. The chip was recently described in an issue of the journal PLoS ONE.
Within it, Shein has applied advanced mathematical and engineering techniques to connect neurons with electronics and understand how neuronal networks communicate. Hoping to answer ultimate questions about how our neuronal circuits work, the researchers believe their tool can be also used to test new drugs. It might also advance artificial intelligence and aid scientists in rewiring artificial limbs to our brain.
We’re going to need a bigger cart: Wind turbines come to Home Depot
Select Home Depot stores across 6 states are now selling the Skystream 3.7, a personal wind turbine that’s quiet, compact and capable of producing up to 400 kWh of clean energy a month.
drew sum robotz yallz
love these guys! derp.