Bioresorbable optoelectronic neural interfaces

Bioresorbable silicon-based optoelectronic thin films can selectively excite or inhibit neural activities, as shown in mice with exposed sciatic nerves and somatosensory cortices.
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The cover illustrates a bioresorbable silicon-based optoelectronic thin film for the selective excitation or inhibition of neural activities in peripheral and central nervous tissues.

See Huang et al.

Image: Xing Sheng, Tsinghua University. Cover design: Allen Beattie.

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