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Stanford’s rice-sized implant treats diseases by zapping individual nerves

Originally posted April 2018

Stanford researchers serve up a side of rice for Bioelectronic Medicine.  Early concept proofs out through in vitro demonstrations.  The Stimulator can function at 10.5 cm depth with ultrasound for external comms.  Capable of electrical/optogenetic stim.  But how does it attach to the nerves?

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#electricstimulation #Optogenetics #Stanford #Ultrasound

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