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Researchers Use 3D Printing and Basic Electronic Components to Make Neuroscience More Accessible

Researchers Use 3D Printing and Basic Electronic Components to Make Neuroscience More Accessible

Written by David

November 8, 2018

While I was worse in math, science was also not one of my strong suits in school. So anything that makes it easier for students to better understand these complex subjects is a good idea, in my humble opinion. Tom Baden , a professor of neuroscience at the University of Sussex , has been collaborating with his colleagues to further open up access to science education with a piece of hardware that can demonstrate how our brains function. “By making access to scientific and teaching equipment free and open, researchers and educators can take the future into their own hands,” Professor Baden said. ” In time, we hope that this type of work will contribute to level the playing field across the globe, such that ideas, not funding can be the primary driver for success and new insights.” Professor Baden is also one of the scientists behind the innovative […]

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