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Our latest articles on neurotechnology

Our teams continually explore emerging technologies and identify and develop those that can provide valuable novel solutions to challenging problems. The following media articles and blog posts provide a window into some of the areas where we are developing new and emerging technologies.

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Kernel: Light speed towards accessible brain imaging

Alex Stokoe and Alon Greenenko in our neurotech team take a look into what Kernel, one of the world’s hottest neurotech start-ups is up to. Get the inside scoop as they sit down with Ryan Field, the CTO. 

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Is ultrasound the key to powering the next generation of implants?

Ultrasound can be used to charge and power even the smallest implants that are out of reach for inductive power transmission methods. How will we be able to take full advantage of ultrasound to power future implants?

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How small can we go? Designing the next generation of implantable neurostimulators

Delivering a market-leading IPG with the smallest volume requires a multi-disciplinary approach that creatively considers functionality and manufacturability across multiple domains.

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Closing the loop for the next generation of neuromodulation therapy products.

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Reading the signs of migraines with ML: from algorithm to successful product development

Some very common medical conditions like migraine have evaded diagnosis and treatment until now. We explore why Machine Learning might finally be the tool to tame migraines but why it is still not an easy path to a successful product.

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Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease: a gut feeling that we’re looking in the wrong places

Over the last decade, the brain has been the focal point for the origin of these diseases, but scientists are now turning their attention to elsewhere in the body for possible trigger sites and thus targets for novel therapies. Does the gut and its diverse microbiota hold any clues?

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Hannah Claridge

Sensors for BCIs: A practical guide to mind reading

Presentation from the recent Neurotech 2020 event.

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Smith Nephew

Smart implants: surgical nail for monitoring bone healing

Smart, sensor-bearing implants can help doctors track healing and patient progress after they have left hospital. And, unlike external braces, the twin utilities of a smart implant – structural support and monitoring – are not affected by variable patient compliance. Smart implants can thus be a key tool for delivering treatment with less pressure on our healthcare systems.

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Will passive implantables be the next frontier in biosensing?

Technology developments have given us increasingly powerful and portable biosensors that can fit seamlessly into our lives – for example, glucose monitoring for diabetics. Consumer trends show there is further appetite for new technologies that provide accurate, reliable, affordable, discrete, and truly long-term biosensing.

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