Lena Peterson

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We describe the design of AC-1, a low-power 16-bit microprocessor which utilizes clock-powered logic to reduce dissi-pation in its power-intensive sections. We present power measurements for a 0.5-µm n-well CMOS implementation. A resonant clock driver recovers and reuses energy that would otherwise be dissipated as heat, yielding measured overall power(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)
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