Researchers from Penn State University have developed a method for treating injuries by simultaneously 3D printing hard and soft tissues using two different bio-sensitive lenses. In tests on rats, the team was able to patch holes in the skulls and skin of rodents in a few minutes.
Study at the British Central College of Art and Design. A few years ago, Scarlett Young noticed how much waste arises in the process of creating new fashionable clothes.
This state of matter can increase the storage potential of information in electronic devices.
Neuralink startup on Tuesday, July 16, in San Francisco held a presentation of the results of two years of its work. The company's first steps include the development of a neurosurgeon robot, the creation of a high-performance chip for reading brain signals and stimulating it, as well as the actual neural interface made of the thinnest polymer threads. The technology has already been tested on rats and has shown significant superiority over existing analogues in the amount of data received from the nervous system.