Voice of America covers the lab's DARPA-funded work to create minutely invasive brain interfaces
KHOU visits lab to discuss minutely invasive brain interfaces
Jacob and colleagues discuss wireless bioelectronic treatment for pain on Fox26
Robinson Promoted to Full Professor
Robinson invited panelist at SXSW
Wireless activation of targeted brain circuits in less than one second
Blood vessels are guides for stimulating implants
Bio-FlatScope dives deep for useful data
‘Hydras’ artwork inspired by Robinson Lab imagery
How headless hydra feel, react to prodding
Keck backs Rice bid to ‘build a brain’
MOANA project receives press in Cosmos, Magnetics Magazines
Rice University is working on an implantable device to help shake off jet lag
Short video about our work with Hydra. Press release here.
Congrats to Krishna and all the co-authors!
(Publication in Lab on a Chip)