It’s not hard to understand why the world has become obsessed with the internet of things: They’re making everything, and people, more connected.
But while a few hundred smart gadgets have been buzzing about lately, there’s a lot more going on in the world of research.
And if you’ve ever wondered what’s going on at all, this is the article for you.
A few years ago, a group of researchers led by the neuroscientist Peter Shor and a handful of fellow researchers set out to find out.
Shor is now a professor of cognitive science at the University of Pennsylvania, and his colleagues began by tracking the evolution of how neurons work.
To get an idea of what was going on, they took an existing neural network and put it through the wringer, trying to simulate what happens when a neuron sends a single signal to a neighbouring neuron.
What they found was astonishing: As neurons age, they begin to form a network that consists of many smaller neurons that are connected by way of a “junction”.
The network grows in size, and its “joint” becomes larger, until it becomes a “super-network” that encompasses all of the neurons that make up a particular brain region.
That’s where the idea of the internet comes in.
It’s a network of “super networks” of neurons that span all of a particular part of the brain, and they’re connected by a set of connections called synapses.
Synapses form in response to specific stimuli, like electrical signals or a touch.
As neurons aged, they developed synapses that would eventually become large enough to hold all of their synapses in one place, and these connections eventually became the basis for the internet.
Shors and his team eventually had to figure out what’s happening inside a neuron, and what they saw was that it’s actually quite complicated.
They’re not just getting rid of the dead neurons, they’re also changing the way they communicate with each other.
They found that the connections between neurons get more complex over time, because neurons age.
They also found that when a new neuron is created, its synapses get smaller, and that over time they lose the ability to form large networks.
The new connections between them get larger and larger, eventually making them super-joint networks, and eventually, the whole thing becomes super-network-like.
As Shor put it, “What the internet is really about is making it so that you can interact with your brain in all kinds of ways, including as a whole.”
It turns out, though, that this super-complex network of neurons is very different from what we think of as a neuron.
Shoring up this idea, Shor’s team went on to create an artificial neuron.
The brain, they realized, is a complex network of thousands of neurons, each of which is composed of a series of thousands or millions of small connections called neurons.
Each neuron is connected to many others by a very complex network called the synapse.
Shurr’s team realized that they needed to create a new kind of neuron to model this complex network.
They did this by creating a type of synapse called a synaptic protein, which contains a series, thousands of tiny proteins called proteins that form long chains.
When these chains of proteins become too long, they form a kind of an “island” in the synapses, called a “sandbox”.
Shor et al. created a super-synaptic protein that’s a very simple and flexible protein that is very similar to neurons in terms of its ability to carry out a task, but instead of the synapsis connecting the proteins to each other, it connects them directly to the brain.
The researchers also created an artificial synapse that’s just as flexible as neurons, and the researchers created two kinds of synapses with different properties.
In the first type, the protein forms a long chain, but it also forms a small “sandbar” at the end of the chain, so that the proteins can connect to each another.
In this second type, though the proteins are connected directly to each others, they don’t form a “islands”, instead forming a “block” where the proteins connect to the other proteins in a way that allows the proteins in the other pair to form larger networks.
Shorb said that their new super-dense protein could have applications in the field of neuroimaging, because the protein was designed to interact with a large number of neurons in a single, very complex way.
Shores et al.’s paper, “A Super-Network of Synapses,” was published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The team says they’ve made progress in this field in recent years, but there’s still a lot to do.
Shoran says that their next step will be to figure how to manipulate the proteins within the super-connectivity protein to allow it to function as a synapse in