Lena Peterson

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At the time of its invention in the seventeenth century, the logarithmic slide rule literally revolutionized the way calculation was done. From then until the advent of the pocket calculator, this analog computational device was widely used to perform multiplications and divisions, to raise numbers to fixed powers and extract fixed roots of numbers. Today,(More)
We report that GABA(A) receptors in a patch-clamped biological cell form a short-term memory circuit when integrated with a scanning-probe microfluidic device. Laminar patterns of receptor activators (agonists) provided by the microfluidic device define and periodically update the data input which is read and stored by the receptors as state distributions(More)
1 Kjell Jeppson, Chalmers University of Technology, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, FTE/MC2, Göteborg, Sweden, kjellj@ic.chalmers.se 2 All authors are with Chalmers University of Technology, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Göteborg, Sweden, Abstract Results from an extensive study of why a substantial number of students at the(More)
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