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Tasers fire sharp electrodes that are designed to subdue a person.
Among other things, this will enable new synthetic nerve cells for brain-computer-interfaces, gentle alternatives to invasive electrodes.
After training the monkeys to pull a lever, push a button, or spin a knob after seeing a corresponding LEDs light up, the researchers replaced the lights with signals directly from the electrodes.
The presence of charge in these electrodes would electrostatically induce the equivalent of p- or n-type doping in the semiconductor.
Nissan credits more efficient packaging and improved electrodes and chemistry for the 33 percent boost in energy storage.
Able would die four days later from complications of surgery to remove electrodes embedded for her flight.
Barnard stepped back and ordered electrodes placed on each side of the heart and the current (25 watt-seconds) applied.
So Forness jumped off the gurney, ripped some electrodes off his chest and did what he's done since 1990.
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