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Engineers create the world's tiniest EEG caps for brain organoids

Engineers create the world's tiniest EEG caps for brain organoids

A novel 3D-printed lab-on-a-chip device concurrently detects SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid and anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in saliva

A novel 3D-printed lab-on-a-chip device concurrently detects SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid and anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in saliva

Low-cost, stretchable sponge electrodes for recording of high-quality electrophysiologic signals

Low-cost, stretchable sponge electrodes for recording of high-quality electrophysiologic signals

Using mobile and wearable proprietary technologies to remotely monitor Parkinson’s disease symptoms

Using mobile and wearable proprietary technologies to remotely monitor Parkinson’s disease symptoms

Neuroscience simulations at NERSC reveal the origin of the cortical surface electrical signals

Neuroscience simulations at NERSC reveal the origin of the cortical surface electrical signals

What is the association between long-term salt usage behavior and risk of premature mortality?

What is the association between long-term salt usage behavior and risk of premature mortality?

Ghost imaging can be combined with human vision to image an object hidden from the direct line of sight

Ghost imaging can be combined with human vision to image an object hidden from the direct line of sight

Study links brain temperature with survival after traumatic brain injury

Study links brain temperature with survival after traumatic brain injury

New, tiny probe for long-lasting and minimally invasive interfacing with neural circuits

New, tiny probe for long-lasting and minimally invasive interfacing with neural circuits

Glaucoma treatment using smart contact lenses that release drugs

Glaucoma treatment using smart contact lenses that release drugs

New memristors for neuromorphic computing

New memristors for neuromorphic computing

Researchers create artificial cell membrane that can be kept stable for over 50 days

Researchers create artificial cell membrane that can be kept stable for over 50 days

New technology may pave the way for development of point-of-care devices and diagnostic tests

New technology may pave the way for development of point-of-care devices and diagnostic tests

Researchers discover a bi-directional neural network connecting the legs and visual system to shape walking

Researchers discover a bi-directional neural network connecting the legs and visual system to shape walking

‘Smart’ diaper could provide painless and quick bedside urinalyses

‘Smart’ diaper could provide painless and quick bedside urinalyses

Experts develop new method to control gene expression using electrical signals

Experts develop new method to control gene expression using electrical signals

Implant placed alongside a blood vessel could replace bulkier devices that stimulate nerves

Implant placed alongside a blood vessel could replace bulkier devices that stimulate nerves

Waste coffee grounds may help detect minute levels of neurotransmitters

Waste coffee grounds may help detect minute levels of neurotransmitters

NYU Langone Health awarded $8 million NIH grant to develop implantable device to study epileptic seizures

NYU Langone Health awarded $8 million NIH grant to develop implantable device to study epileptic seizures

Detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA by plasmonic-magnetic nanorobots

Detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA by plasmonic-magnetic nanorobots