March 17th, 2023
Researchers at Linköping University in Sweden have developed a method whereby the body can ‘grow its own’ electrodes. The minimally invasive technique involves injecting a hydrogel that is laden with enzymes into target tissues. The enzymes interact with molecules that are present in the tissue to change the structure of the...
July 21st, 2022
Blackrock Neurotech, a medtech company based in Salt Lake City, has pioneered an array of brain-computer interface technologies. Medgadget last spoke with Blackrock Neurotech a year ago about their thought-to-text brain computer interface, but since the company signed an agreement with a research institution to develop portable...
July 8th, 2019
at the University of Surrey and Harvard University have developed tiny
nanoprobes that can measure electrical signals inside cells, such as neurons
and cardiac cells. Unlike previous technology for intracellular
electrophysiology, the nanoprobes cause minimal destruction to the cells, and
could pave the way for...