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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Through Understanding the Brain, NSF participates in the national Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative, an alliance of federal agencies and other partners seeking to enhance our understanding of the brain.
Inc, Avid radiopharmaceuticals Inc, Banyan biomarkers, Diagenic ASA, Exonhit therapeutics, Genenews ltd, Glycominds ltd, Great lakes neurotechnologies, Innogenetics biological, innovative neurotechnologies Inc are the key market players.
NeuroVigil, which is headquartered in La Jolla, California, has an active programme on assistive neurotechnologies based at the NASA Research Park, in Mountain View, California.
A federal report drafted by the Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies initiative recommends $4.
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When President Obama announced the $100 million Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) initiative earlier this year, the message was clear: The age of neurotechnology has officially arrived.
Neurotechnologies are methods and devices that purportedly enhance mental functioning by entraining brain-wave patterns, often producing a psycholophysiological state of hemispheric synchronization.
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