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Researchers at Stanford University have used microelectrode arrays consisting of multi-walled carbon nanotubes to electrically stimulate rat retinal neurons.

The small diameter of the nanotubes – 50 micrometres – enabled the researchers to stimulate individual ganglion cells growing on the microelectrode arrays.

Cribbed from Neurophilosophy blog

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