SPOTLIGHTBENJAMIN MACHTA, A LEWIS-SIGLER THEORY FELLOW, PROPOSES THEORETICAL MODEL
March 30, 2015: The action potential is widely understood as an electrical phenomenon. However, a long experimental history has documented the existence of co-propagating mechanical signatures. Full Story.
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