Craig Forest in his IBB lab

Craig Forest in his IBB lab

School of Mechanical Engineering associate professor Craig Forest has developed automated patch-­clamping instruments to accelerate the recording of information from neurons. In this photo, an instrument is protected by a Faraday cage. Credit: Georgia Tech / Rob Felt

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