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2016-02-15 NTU wireless neural implants allow brain data transmission
NTU's smart chip will analyse and decode the thousands of signals from the neural implants in the brain, before compressing the results and sending transmission.
2010-11-15 Neural device market grows
Several startups are starting to offer neural devices as electronic solutions for medical conditions such as epilepsy, stroke and depression, including neural implants.
2010-05-10 Medical implants embrace accelerometers
Medtronic has started clinical trials in the United States for an implant that uses an accelerometer to fine tune how it delivers electrical stimulation to nerves in the spinal to reduce chronic pain.
2015-02-25 Silicon chips may become smarter than human brain
Can silicon chips outsmart the human brain? Researchers all over the world seek to produce silicon-based chips that can listen and respond to brain signals for health and medical purposes.
2011-02-24 Electronics to move healthcare from hospital to home
New medical electronic devices, aided by new processor, radio, battery and data mining techniques, could help reduce medical costs and improve patients' quality of life.
2001-02-01 Biomorphics tech takes on electronic consumer market
This technology news article describes the penetration of robotics in the field of consumer electronics, particularly children's toys.
2007-10-16 Engineers work on real-time control of artificial limbs
Researchers have reported advances in neural technology as well as the hurdles still ahead for delivering capabilities such as artificial limbs powered by implanted devices that read and harness subtle control signals in the brain
2009-02-11 RF chips find big market in medical apps
Radio frequency CMOS is being applied to a growing but fragmented set of medical applications ranging from imaging and DNA testing to networking in and around the body.
2002-06-24 Micro medical devices could transform health care
Wireless microsystems promise "spectacular advances in health care" for the blind, deaf and epileptic and those suffering with Parkinson's and heart disease, a celebrated pioneer in the field of MEMS maintains.
2008-09-16 MEMS wear sophistication well
Engineers must take a holistic rather than a piecemeal approach when integrating MEMS into larger electronic systems.
2009-02-17 Implantable ICs to advance medical R&D
Researchers described at the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) two implantable wireless chips that could advance medical research on multiple fronts.
2008-04-01 ICs ready for medical practice
Recent semiconductor advances in the medical field give credence to a rising belief that biology will be one of the next big application areas in electronics.
2008-11-21 Confab to highlight nanotech for bio
Advances in nanotechnologies for medicine and biology will be detailed at the December International Electron Devices Meeting in San Francisco.
2013-10-21 Brain implant close to receiving FDA approval
The NeuroPace RNS is the first implant to listen to brain waves and autonomously decide when to apply a therapy to prevent an epileptic seizure.
2012-09-05 3D medical tissues monitored with electronic sensors
A research team set out to design a 3-D scaffold that could monitor electrical activity using Electronic sensors made of silicon nanowires.
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