An advance in triggering individual retinal cells could one day lead to implanted artificial retinas for treating blindness.
This novel process might lead to purer silicon -- and faster chips.
Neurotechnology expert Zack Lynch explains the new field and tells us what the future holds for treating brain disorders.
Carbon nanotubes can send electrical signals to neurons and are being developed for retinal implants.
A123 Systems has built a powerful, lightweight lithium-ion battery pack that could lower the price of hybrid vehicles.
Research with rats points the way to delivering gene therapies for diabetes using tiny bubbles and ultrasound.
According to brain-imaging studies, the anticipation of pain can be just as agonizing as the experience of it.
New features on the famous website's front page emphasize user-contributed content and sophisticated interactivity.
A website provides image-processing software for sorting through online photo albums. But does it raise a privacy concern?
Programmable analog circuits could drastically reduce the power needs and cost of electronics in portable devices.