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Polymer-based micro-electrode arrays effectively and safely map brain activity

from Plastics Today

Researchers at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering in Los Angeles, CA, have developed thin, flexible polymer-based materials for use in micro-electrode arrays to record brain activity. Made of Parylene C, the arrays perform as well as microwire-based devices in terms of recording fidelity and sensitivity, said a researcher. They are also less invasive and gentler on brain tissue and, thus, can be used for longer periods of time. more

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