Neuroelectronics and nanotechnologies in neuroscience

Neuroelectronics and nanotechnologies in neuroscience Where: RomaWhen: 05/31/2016 On Tuesday 31 May, the Sapienza University of Rome will host the seminar entitled  “Neuroelectronics and nanotechnologies for large-scale neuronal interfacing devices”, organized by Luca Berdondini of the Italian Institute of Technology of Genoa, which will be held at Aula Luciani – Human Physiology building, piazzale Aldo Moro 5. During the event, methods and results for space and time high-density recording  of the electrical activity of neuronal tissue will be presented. The event will focus on topics concerning microelectronics and in particular neurophysiology (in vivo, in vitro, and ex-vivo approaches). The organization is part of the teaching activities of the Behavioural Neuroscience doctoral programme. For further information and participation, please contact Stefano Ferraina – Department of Physiology and Pharmacology “Vittorio Erspamer” stefano.ferraina@uniroma1.it Source…


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