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New Neurotech Eschews Electricity for Ultrasound
Forest Neurotech and Butterfly Network announced a US $20 million joint research effort to pursue the development of an ultrasound-based BCI. Forest Neurotech will license Butterfly Network's compact ultrasound-on-a-chip technology to develop a minimally invasive ultrasound BCI device for use in academic and research settings.See the Story
Spinal Stimulator's Gentle Zaps Help Treat Parkinson's
An experimental treatment returned one man's ability to walk without fear of fallingSee the Story
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Perovskite Solar Cells Double as Windows and Walls
Panasonic Holdings began testing and demonstrating a prototype version of its perovskite photovoltaic material. The prototype is in the form of semi-transparent glass balustrade panels on the balcony of a model house just south of Tokyo. Beginning next April, Panasonic will start up a pilot production line for 1-meter by 1-8-meter panels.See the Story
Organic Electronics Mimic Retinal Neurons
Device can react to light, transmit signals using ions and remember the amount of signal that has previously flowed through it, which mimics the way neurons in the retina operate. Technology could potentially be used to create neural implants designed to treat a variety of conditions such as Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease.See the Story
Magnetic Gel Can Help Wounds Heal Faster
Researchers have developed a magnetic gel that can help diabetic wounds heal roughly three times as fast as they would with a conventional wound dressing. The magnetic gel, in combination with an external device to generate a dynamic magnetic field gives the skin cells around the wound a gentle workout. Diabetes often compromises natural healing, and therefore, diabetics often develop chronic wounds that are slow to heal.See the Story