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    Futures in Biotech 52: Ultra Low Power Bioelectronics, Part 1

    Hosts: Marc Pelletier, Ph.D.Justin Sanchez, Ph.D., and Mark Griswold, Ph.D.

    Guest: Rahul Sarpeshkar, Ph.D., associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and author of Ultra Low Power Bioelectronics: Fundamentals, Biomedical Applications, and Bio-inspired Systems

    Dr. Rahul Sarpeshkar takes us into his lab at MIT to discuss (1) bio-inspired electronics, (2) biomedical electronics, and (3) circuit modeling of biology… If you think quad core hyperthreaing i7s are cool, wait until your motherboard actually has a brain…



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