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Timing is everything in new implant tech
Stimulators win top award at circuitry conference, could aid spinal cord, heart therapies Implants that require a steady source of power...
Lab leads effort to build optical & magnetic brain link
Wireless communication directly between brains is one step closer to reality thanks to $8 million in Department of Defense follow-up...
Magnetoelectric miniature stimulators published in Neuron
Congratulations to Amanda Singer! Her work on wireless magnetoelectric stimulators is published in Neuron.
Improving surgical mask fit to address shortage of COVID-19 protective gear
The lab is working in collaboration with the Kemere Lab and doctors at MD Anderson to create harnesses that give surgical masks a better...
‘Smart’ wound-healing patch: DARPA awards $22 million grant
The Robinson lab joins colleagues at Rice, CMU, Northwestern, and Pitt to create a bioelectronic patch that will accelerate the wound...
Miniature magnetic neural stimulators
Collaborative work with Kaiyuan Yang's lab at Rice shows the first programmable millimeter-sized bioelectronic device based on the...
Voice of America covers the lab's DARPA-funded work to create minutely invasive brain interfaces
DARPA, the main research and development arm of the U.S. Department of Defense, is funding researchers to develop wearable devices that...
Daniel's article about C. elegans sleep states featured in The Scientist
Microfluidic Chambers Trigger Sleep in C. elegans This newly described behavior occurs spontaneously, but can be modulated by food...
KHOU visits lab to discuss minutely invasive brain interfaces
Rice researchers given $18M grant to develop mind-reading helmet
Jacob and colleagues discuss wireless bioelectronic treatment for pain on Fox26
Collaborative research to develop wirelessly powered nerve stimulators may help reduce pain and opioid addiction.
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