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A startup says its solid polymer electrolytes will mean cheaper, more-reliable batteries.
New kinds of bioelectrodes will help researchers study beating hearts and brain trauma.
Graphene circuits could lead to high-speed wireless devices and advanced weapons detectors.
Nanoporous silicon that soaks up ions without self-destructing can make better batteries.
Electrical activity from the surface of the brain may be precise enough to control prostheses, research shows.
Sensors could one day diagnose and treat a soldier’s injuries.
A new device could help with deep brain stimulation.
Neural implants could benefit from coated electrodes.
A new solar panel could lower costs and improve efficiency.
New approaches could more seamlessly integrate medical devices into the body.