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Implantable Optogenetics Device Powered Wirelessly

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Combining optogenetics and wireless energy transfer technology, a new device is said to be the first fully implantable platform for optical neural stimulation. The device dramatically expands the scope of optogenetics research to include experiments involving mice in enclosed spaces or interacting freely with other animals, according to researchers at Stanford University. "This is a new way of delivering wireless power for optogenetics," said professor Ada Poon. "It's much smaller, and the mouse can move around during an experiment … I think other labs will be able to adapt...Read full article

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