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A tiny radio chip implanted in a moth harvests power and senses neural activity.
New approaches could more seamlessly integrate medical devices into the body.
Researchers find they can alleviate depression in mice by boosting a protein in one part of the brain.
Electrical activity from the surface of the brain may be precise enough to control prostheses, research shows.
Neural implants could benefit from coated electrodes.