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Bioelectronic rapid test for COVID-19

Bioelectronic rapid test for COVID-19

Researchers develop guidelines to standardize performance tests for neural interfaces

Researchers develop guidelines to standardize performance tests for neural interfaces

New device rapidly transfers delicate tissue or electronic sheets to patients

New device rapidly transfers delicate tissue or electronic sheets to patients

Spinal cord stimulation improves pain and motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease

Spinal cord stimulation improves pain and motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease

Cyborg technology: Researchers take new step toward integrating electronics with the body

Cyborg technology: Researchers take new step toward integrating electronics with the body

A new method for mechanical stimulation of neural cells

A new method for mechanical stimulation of neural cells

Simple combination of pencils and paper can help create health-monitoring devices

Simple combination of pencils and paper can help create health-monitoring devices

3D model displays arrangement of intrinsic neurons in the rat heart

3D model displays arrangement of intrinsic neurons in the rat heart

Researchers develop the most sensitive bioelectronic ammonia gas sensors

Researchers develop the most sensitive bioelectronic ammonia gas sensors

Researchers are closer to developing fast, flexible, and powerful bioelectronic devices

Researchers are closer to developing fast, flexible, and powerful bioelectronic devices

Restoring the Sense of Touch

Restoring the Sense of Touch

New method could help facilitate transition of medical technology from lab to market

New method could help facilitate transition of medical technology from lab to market

First-ever analysis of video recorded CPR improves resuscitation outcomes in emergency departments

First-ever analysis of video recorded CPR improves resuscitation outcomes in emergency departments

UC Santa Cruz leads collaborative project to develop novel technology for improving wound healing

UC Santa Cruz leads collaborative project to develop novel technology for improving wound healing

EPFL and Mass. Eye and Ear researchers are developing highly elastic hearing implants

EPFL and Mass. Eye and Ear researchers are developing highly elastic hearing implants

Flexible artificial skin shows promise for real-world applications

Flexible artificial skin shows promise for real-world applications

Non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation improves disease symptoms in patients with rheumatoid arthritis

Non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation improves disease symptoms in patients with rheumatoid arthritis

New prosthetic hand system restores 'feeling' to a person with upper limb amputation

New prosthetic hand system restores 'feeling' to a person with upper limb amputation

Genetics can be used to predict schizophrenic patient's response to antipsychotic drugs

Genetics can be used to predict schizophrenic patient's response to antipsychotic drugs

Pilot clinical trial shows effectiveness of bioelectronic medicine device for lupus

Pilot clinical trial shows effectiveness of bioelectronic medicine device for lupus