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Glenfield Hospital first in the UK and Ireland to implant world’s smallest, wireless pacemaker

Glenfield Hospital first in the UK and Ireland to implant world’s smallest, wireless pacemaker

Stanford researchers test the first biohybrid version of artificial synapse

Stanford researchers test the first biohybrid version of artificial synapse

Study reveals parts of the brain linked to facial and scene recognition

Study reveals parts of the brain linked to facial and scene recognition

A handheld ultraviolet light device to kill novel coronavirus may be feasible

A handheld ultraviolet light device to kill novel coronavirus may be feasible

Novel stimulation pattern helps relieve chronic pain

Novel stimulation pattern helps relieve chronic pain

New mathematical model to study the behavior of the human heart

New mathematical model to study the behavior of the human heart

A minimally invasive approach to managing pain without opioids

A minimally invasive approach to managing pain without opioids

Researchers develop new method to study the effect of long-term oxygen deficiency

Researchers develop new method to study the effect of long-term oxygen deficiency

Modified tattoo electrodes can be used to measure brain activity

Modified tattoo electrodes can be used to measure brain activity

Light-based deep brain stimulation used to treat motor dysfunction in Parkinson's disease models

Light-based deep brain stimulation used to treat motor dysfunction in Parkinson's disease models

Researchers develop electric stocking to prevent loss of muscle mass in bed-ridden patients

Researchers develop electric stocking to prevent loss of muscle mass in bed-ridden patients

Novel technology reveals ear's inner secrets

Novel technology reveals ear's inner secrets

Researches implant ultrathin, flexible brain interfaces with long lifetimes

Researches implant ultrathin, flexible brain interfaces with long lifetimes

Pittsburgh professor receives CAREER award to improve clinical applications of brain-computer interfaces

Pittsburgh professor receives CAREER award to improve clinical applications of brain-computer interfaces

New microfluidic chip can mimic hypoxic conditions after a heart attack

New microfluidic chip can mimic hypoxic conditions after a heart attack

Engineers innovate soft, flexible brain implant

Engineers innovate soft, flexible brain implant

MIT engineers develop soft, flexible neural implants

MIT engineers develop soft, flexible neural implants

Brain mapping shows motor regions for the hand may be connected to entire body

Brain mapping shows motor regions for the hand may be connected to entire body

New graphene patch for remote wound monitoring

New graphene patch for remote wound monitoring

TitrIC flex – fully automated system for comprehensive water analysis

TitrIC flex – fully automated system for comprehensive water analysis