Tiny, Remotely Powered Electronic chip provides big improvement to treat neurological disorders

Purdue Neurological disorders
Researchers from the Purdue University have developed an electronic chip that may provide improved support for people affected by brain and central nervous system disorders. Hundreds of millions of people […]
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