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April 9, 2018 | Source: Futurism, futurism.com, 26 October 2017, Dom Galeon
An international team of scientists has created a non-invasive device that stimulates the brain to improve cognitive function. In tests on macaques, it reportedly increased the...
January 29, 2018 | Source: IEEE Spectrum, spectrum.ieee.org, 13 November 2017, Eliza Strickland
Neurotechnology is one of the hottest areas of engineering, and the technological achievements sound miraculous: Paralyzed people have controlled robotic limbs and computer...
January 1, 2018 | Source: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 18 December 2017
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists and engineers have developed a “brain-on-a-chip” device aimed at testing and predicting the effects of biological and...
October 17, 2017 | Source: Phys.org, 10 March 2017
Biometrics – technology that can recognise individuals based on physical and behavioural traits such as their faces, voices or fingerprints – are becoming increasingly important...
October 9, 2017 | Source: Georgia Institute of Technology, rh.gatech.edu, 8 June 2017, Josh Brown
Some problems are so challenging to solve that even the most advanced computers need weeks, not seconds, to process them. Now a team of researchers at Georgia Institute of...
August 28, 2017 | Source: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, news.mit.edu, 31 Mar 2017, David L. Chandler
Implantable fibers have been an enormous boon to brain research, allowing scientists to stimulate specific targets in the brain and monitor electrical responses. But similar...
June 5, 2017 | Source: Phys.Org, phys.org, 22 March 2017
Cybersecurity is critical—for national security, corporations and private individuals. Sophisticated cybersecurity systems excel at finding "bad apples" in computer networks, but...
May 1, 2017 | Source: PHYS.ORG, Nanotechnology, Bio & Medicine, 2 March 2017
A new optical nanosensor enabling more accurate measurement and spatiotemporal mapping of the brain also shows the way forward for design of future multimodal sensors and a...
April 24, 2017 | Source: Stanford News, news.stanford.edu, 20 February 2017, Taylor Kubota
A new organic artificial synapse made by Stanford researchers could support computers that better recreate the way the human brain processes information. It could also lead to...
Figure 1:  Chesapeake Testing’s Monorail Blunt Impact Tower.
By Brian Wessel, Communications Manager Chesapeake Testing Traditionally a provider of ballistic and nondestructive testing of military and law enforcement equipment, Chesapeake...