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Optoelectronic Interface Uses Fiber Optic Channel to Stimulate Brain Neurons

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Research into ways to restore brain function has led to the development of an optoelectronic interface that allows interaction between electronic neuron-like generators and living neurons in the brain. Scientists from Lobachevsky University collaborated with scientists from the Technical University of Madrid to create the interface, which consists of an electronic neuron generator, an optical fiber, and a photoelectrical converter. The fiber is placed between the electronic circuit and stimulated neurons and provides galvanic isolation from external electrical and magnetic fields. ...Read full article

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