• Brain Connections: Advances in Neuroscience 

      Duarte, Audrey; Dulas, Michael; Zhu, Mengchen; Butera, Robert (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-09-29)
      Nerve conduction can be blocked in the entire nerve through application of 3-50 kHz electrical stimuli, with numerous clinical applications. However, this block is complete and blocks the entire nerve, including nerve ...
    • Elastomer-based microcable electrodes for electrophysiological applications 

      McClain, Maxine Alice (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-04-05)
      Compliant microelectrodes have been designed in a microcable geometry that can be used individually or in an array and either as a shank-style electrode or as a string-like electrode that can be threaded around features ...
    • Human Augmentation - How Far is Too Far 

      Ludovice, Peter J.; Hunt, William D.; DeWeerth, Stephen P. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-01-28)
    • Hybrots: Using Cultured Neurons to Control Robots and Study Learning 

      Potter, Steve M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-02-22)
      What changes about your brain when you learn something? When you forget? How do brains compute? How can brain-style computation be used in artificial systems? The Potter Group, part of the Laboratory for Neuroengineering ...
    • Multielectrode microstimulation for temporal lobe epilepsy 

      Arcot Desai, Sharanya (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-11-19)
      Multielectrode arrays may have several advantages compared to the traditional single macroelectrode brain electrical stimulation technique including less tissue damage due to implantation and the ability to deliver several ...
    • Optogenetic feedback control of neural activity 

      Newman, Jonathan P. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-11-18)
      Optogenetics is a set of technologies that enable optically triggered gain or loss of function in genetically specified populations of cells. Optogenetic methods have revolutionized experimental neuroscience by allowing ...