neurotechnology

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neurotechnology

[‚nu̇·rō·tek′näl·ə·jē]
(engineering)
The application of microfabricated devices to achieve direct contact with the electrically active cells of the nervous system (neurons).

neurotechnology

The examination of the human brain using MRI, CAT scan, EEG and other scanning technologies. "Neuropharmacology" uses neurotechnology to study the effects of how drugs, nutrients and food change the brain's behavior. See neuroinformatics.
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21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies (GLNT), announced they have received $1.
Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies thanked the National Institutes of Health and specifically the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for this funding (2R44NS081902-02A1).
VALLEY VIEW, Ohio, May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies announced today the product launch of Kinesia ProView (TM) [http://www.
Giuffrida, PhD, President and Principal Investigator at Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies.
Neurotechnologies are methods and devices that purportedly enhance mental functioning by entraining brain-wave patterns, often producing a psycholophysiological state of hemispheric synchronization.
His talk is entitled "Global Biopolitical Overview of the United Nations on Neurotechnologies and Human Rights in Dialogue.
What: First CCNELSI Lecture: "Global Biopolitical Overview of the United Nations on Neurotechnologies and Human Rights in Dialogue" Who: Professor Alberto Garcia, PhD, UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights When: Friday, September 4, 2009, 4:00 - 6:00 PM More info: www.
VALLEY VIEW, Ohio, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies announced today they have received a new allowance of claims from the U.
Though neurotechnologies have allowed unparalleled capability to bring groups of individuals together through rapid communication and informational delivery while at the same time providing invaluable insight into the workings of the brain, the paradox remains that these technologies may also incur more dystopian possibilities by isolating individuals as disjointed selves that are only artificially--and therefore superficially--connected to others, thus remaining aloof from the meaning or moral realities of inter-subjective, interpersonal relationships.
Philip Morgan, Partner at Global Life Science Ventures, commented, "We are impressed by Cyberkinetics' innovative neurotechnologies.
Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies is committed to the commercialization of new medical technologies to visualize quantitative symptom response and improve patient access to care through telemedicine applications such as Kinesia[http://www.
VALLEY VIEW, Ohio, March 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Great Lakes NeuroTechnologies announced today that they have received allowance of claims from the U.