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Message 2737 - Posted: 30 Dec 2013, 2:09:42 UTC

I wanted to program the brain cell to cell in C (language) that is already very advanced, I saw a project called openworm that programming a nematode (worm type, Real) cell by cell in C, I wanted to see you guys do the same with brain

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