A soft, stimulating scaffold supports brain cell development ex vivo


Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are a hot topic these days, with companies like Neuralink racing to create devices that connect humans’ brains to machines via tiny implanted electrodes. The potential benefits of BCIs range from improved monitoring of brain activity in patients with neurological problems to restoring vision in blind people to allowing humans to control machines using only their minds.

Newly discovered anatomy shields and monitors brain

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