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A peer-reviewed paper that the Taylor lab submitted titled “Bioinspired Navigation Based on Distributed Sensing in the Leech” was accepted to be presented at the Living Machines 2020 conference (which is being held remotely). The paper is a culmination of the work of Sebastian Nichols (Quantitative Biology undergraduate) in BIOL 395, Dr. Brian Taylor, and Dr. Cynthia Harley of Metropolitan State University, a minority-serving and Beyond the Yellow Ribbon institution.

Follow this link to learn more about the Living Machines 2020 conference. Congratulations Sebastian and Dr. Taylor!

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