Researchers present an all-atom molecular dynamic simulation of synaptic vesicle fusion.
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"Neurograins" brain-computer interfaces independently record electrical impulses and send signals wirelessly to a central hub that coordinates and processes the signals.
A new brain-machine interface allows wearers to wirelessly control a wheelchair or robotic arm by simply imagining an action. The neuroprosthesis could help improve the quality of life for those with disabilities.
A new study warns of potential social, ethical, and legal consequences of brain-machine interfaces and other technologies that interact with the human brain.
A new brain-computer interface could help thousands of people with neurodegenerative disorders and spinal cord injuries the ability to regain communication skills. The BCI, in combination with a machine learning algorithm, can generate words on a screen, based on a person thinking about writing the word.
The BrainGate brain-machine interface is able to transmit signals from a single neuron resolution with full broadband fidelity without physically tethering the user to a decoding system.
A closed-loop system combining AI, robotics, and BCI technology allows a quadriplegic man to control movements to cut food and feed himself.
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Researchers have developed a new, fully automated prosthetic arm that learns during normal use and adapts to varying conditions.
A newly invented soft, implantable probe can interface between gut and brain tissue, measuring both dopamine and serotonin levels. The device has applications for depression, Parkinson's disease, and intestinal disorders.
Researchers have developed drug-carrying nanoparticles that cross the blood-brain barrier, allowing for more effective delivery to the brain than conventional medications. The nanoparticles can get into tumors and kill glioblastoma brain cancer cells.
Novel sensors made from modified carbon nanotubes can visualize the release of dopamine from neurons with unprecedented resolution.
Non-invasive brain stimulation may improve smoking abstinence rates for 3 to 6 months after quitting.
SleepLoop, a newly designed mobile system, can help promote deep sleep through auditory brain stimulation. The device tracks when a person enters slow-wave brain activity, triggering an auditory signal that helps synchronize neurons and enhance the slow waves.