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Researchers Have Demonstrated the Ability to Implant Ultrathin, Flexible Neural Interface Into the Brain

News   Apr 10, 2020 | Original story by Duke University

 
Researchers Have Demonstrated the Ability to Implant Ultrathin, Flexible Neural Interface Into the Brain

To demonstrate the extreme flexibility of their neural interfaces, researchers wrap it around a 2.5 mm tube. Despite it's flexibility, the neural interface can withstand the harsh environment of a brain for more than six years. Credit: John Rogers, Northwestern University

 
 
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