TED Talk: Gero Miesenboeck reengineers a brain

I used to want to be a neurologist so badly. This is why. 

Somewhere in pattern like this, there is you. Your perceptions, your emotions, your memories, your plans for the future. But we don’t know where, since we don’t know how to read the patter. We don’t understand the code used by the brain. To make progress, we need to break the code. But how?”

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