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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Department of Bioengineering
Duncan Hall 2041
Rice University
6100 Main St
MS380
Houston, TX, 77005

©2018 by Robinson Lab, Rice University

We develop nanotechnologies to monitor and control specific cells in the nervous system. Our goal is to help reveal fundamental principles of neural function and advance the treatment of neurological disorders.

 
 
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SENSING NEURAL ACTIVITY

Bioelectronics | Integrated Photonics | Computational Imaging

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MANIPULATING NEURAL ACTIVITY

Bioelectronics | Integrated Photonics | Magnetics

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NEURAL CIRCUITS AND CONTROL

Millimeter-scale Invertebrates | Closed-loop Bioelectronics | Biomedical Devices

 
 

Miniature magnetic neural stimulators

February 19, 2020

Voice of America covers the lab's DARPA-funded work to create minutely invasive brain interfaces

November 19, 2019

Daniel's article about C. elegans sleep states featured in The Scientist

November 19, 2019

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