F-22 stealth fighter jet

F-22 stealth fighter jet

A scientist at the University of Florida, USA, grew a "living 'brain" a network of 25,000 rat brain cells" that when "connected to an array of 60 electrodes that can interact with a computer" learned to fly a simulated F-22 stealth fighter jet in a range of weather conditions.

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