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Brain spikes: Synchrony may be key to cracking brain's neural code

Biomedical engineers have detailed research progress toward ?reading and writing the neural code.? The neural code details how the brain?s roughly 100 billion neurons turn raw sensory inputs into information we can use to see, hear and feel things in our environment.
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