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Jan 14, 2019
Founded by Martin Bak in 1983, Microprobes for Life Science seeks to provide a unique electrode model that uses Parylene-C as an insulator. This company aims to sell customizable products to neuroscientists studying electrophysiology. All products are handmade, tested for precision and quality, and made by request...
Dec 10, 2018
As the Chief Executive Officer of Nia Therapeutics, Dan Rizzuto and his team are currently developing a neurological implant that increases the memory of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s diseases and traumatic brain injury. By using deep brain stimulation (DBS) to increase high frequency functions and decrease low...
Dec 3, 2018
is the director of Nanoscience Institute for Medical and
Engineering Technologies at
the University of Florida He serves to bridge the divide between engineering, medicine, and the
sciences through the work he does with neurotechnologies and neural implants. He has focused
on peripheral nerve interfaces and...
Nov 9, 2018
This is the first of our Neural Implant roundtable where we talk with former guests Doug Clinton of Loup Ventures, Manfred Franke of Neuronoff, and Avery Bedows who founded the neural implant blog, the Substrate.
This podcast focuses on the relationship between the public and the neurotechnology in the modern world....
Sep 24, 2018
I talked to Christopher Thomas today about his job as a Science Writer at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). How he went from being a graduate student to working as someone in media for the government. Since this is a new career path on this podcast we talk about the steps to get there and what others can do if...