Cybernetics Professor Kevin Warwick Grows Biological Grey Matter

By: Tisah Tucknott - Published: Jun 12, 2009   Updated: Jun 16 2011 • References: bizarremag
Cybernetics professor Kevin Warwick already has a foreign object implanted in his arm, but he is taking his cybernetics studies to a new level.

Professor Warwick is growing a biological brain by using brain cells from a rat. The brain is planned to be attached to a robot body and used to drive the robot's wheels.

Sounds a little gory, but I wish him all the best!

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