Wats up everybody this weekend I’ll be in the mix @beerbaronlivermore ... but not only am i Djing but I’ll also be throwing my Bday party there... so if you’ll don’t got plans for this Saturday night come through and hang out with the homie... more Info to post later this week... so stay alert 🚨..! #livermoreca#sanramon#dublin 🍀 #pleasanton
👩🏽🔬 Brains supporting brains 🧠
LLNL researchers have developed a new lab technique that makes neural implants more sensitive to chemicals in their environment. The process is called “electrochemical roughening” and involves bathing the LLNL-developed biological sensors in an electrolyte solution and subjecting them to electrical pulses. The result is increased surface area and improved capabilities to record and stimulate neural activity.
Neural implants might sound like something scary from science fiction, but they actually might be a breakthrough for people suffering from brain traumas such as traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer’s Disease and epilepsy. Just like heart implants can help stabilize heart rhythm by filling in gaps in pulses, neural implants can help provide missing stimulation for an injured brain.
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