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The Next Generation of Hearing Implants Could Be Soft

News   Oct 17, 2019 | Original story from EPFL

 
The Next Generation of Hearing Implants Could Be Soft

The highly elastic implant conforms neatly to the curved surface of the auditory brainstem and can therefore send highly targeted electrical signals. Credit: The highly elastic implant conforms neatly to the curved surface of the auditory brainstem and can therefore send highly targeted electrical signals.

 
 
 

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