2018-07-26 (Th) HackadaySummary

Shining a Light on Hearing Loss
A lot of my latest articles have been about well-funded research labs and university professors rather than folks in their garages getting every cent out of their tools. This one helped me see the similarity because in all cases, the people doing the work were approaching problems in different ways. In this case, a group is trying to restore hearing by using auditory cells modified to respond to light. The reasoning behind this approach was that the research conductor understood the cell modifications necessary for this procedure better than other methods. That is a hack.

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