Inventing the Bio-Machine: Ken Shepard

Imagine a camera that can electronically image a living bacterial colony without light or a platform that tracks over 65,000 channels of data from retinal neurons firing in real time. Those are just two of the many projects that Ken Shepard, head of the Bioelectronic Systems Lab, is working on at Columbia Engineering.

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