(redirected from Brain implant)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
28-year-old Nathan Copeland operates a robotic hand that, via a brain implant, allows him to "feel" the fingers.
There were more takers for brain implants to improve memory or mental capacity (26 percent) than there were for eating lab-grown meat (20 percent).
These brain implants can help with brain-machine interfaces and thought-driven prosthetics.
Caption: Wounded rats can reach for food normally when a newly developed brain implant sidesteps the damaged motor cortex to send messages to other parts of the brain.
ISLAMABAD -- A brain implant may be able to predict epilepsy seizures by picking up the early warning signs, a new study suggests.
A BRAIN implant was 26 per cent better than drugs at relieving Parkinson's according to a trial at Christian-Albrechts University in Germany.
RH: Recently, scientists designed a brain implant that improves brain function by fine tuning neurons.
They have added new material, mostly homework, on such topics as diffusion in skin and brain implant drug delivery, carbon dioxide storage, chemical reactions in nanotubes, the dissolution of pills and pharmaceutical capsules, honeycomb reactions used in catalytic converters, and new models of important physical phenomena such as bubble coalescence.
REEL Set at the end of this century on an environmentally ravaged Earth, the film stars Colin Farrell as Doug Quaid, a factory worker who opts to try Rekall, a brain implant that gives him memories of things he's never experienced.
The MVG brain implant could bring sight to up to 85 per cent of clinically blind people, including those affected by untreatable causes of blindness: diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and macular degeneration, as well as people with acquired retinal, optic nerve or ocular disease.
The 58-year-old used a brain implant to control the robot, the first time she had picked up anything since she was left paralysed nearly 15 years ago.
Based on imaging and rapid prototyping, a personalized brain implant will be made, consisting of a flexible, stretchable substrate with integrated smart electrodes.