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“UW, Microsoft Research Aim to Turn Northwest Into a Neural Engineering Hotspot”

Read the article in Xconomy here.

A report on the opening session of the 2008 Workshop on Neural Engineering sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Center for Neural Engineering.

“The goals of this effort, called the Pacific Northwest Center for Neural Engineering, are to foster more collaboration among the region’s engineers, physicists, biologists, computer scientists, and neuroscientists. About 145 people signed up for the conference, including Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, although I didn’t see him last night. Too bad– he missed out on a fascinating talk about neuroscience of insects, specifically moths, by UW researcher Tom Daniel.”

October 10, 2008