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Neural Interfaces  

Communication between living brain tissue and engineered devices is the key link to understand brain function and restore neurological deficits from disease or injuries. The last decade has seen tremendous progress in the development of new materials and will be soon integrated into the next generation of Brain-to-Machine Interfaces (BMIs).

This a new generation of brain interface technologies must replace bulky and rigid systems, and offer a seamless integration to neural tissue by lowering acute and chronic damage, reduce the immunogenicity, and improve long‐term stability. New designs relying onto mechanically compliant architectures and materials, pave the way to cellular scale devices and higher channel counts, which set the goal of a sustainable bidirectional, single‐cell interfaces within reach.

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Current Research 

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