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Digital Normativity: A Challenge for Human Subjectivation

Congratulations to E. Fourneret & B. Yvert on their publication entitled “Digital Normativity: A Challenge for Human Subjectivation” that was recently published in Applied Physics Letters! Abstract Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have opened unprecedented opportunities to humans to think and operate the world and its increasing complexity with digital technologies. Striking examples are

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Switchless Multiplexing of Graphene Active Sensor Arrays for Brain Mapping

Congratulations to R. Garcia-Cortadella, N. Schäfer, J. Cisneros-Fernandez, L. Re, X. Illa, G. Schwesig, A. Moya, S. Santiago, G. Guirado, R. Villa, A. Sirota, F. Serra-Graells, J.A. Garrido, & A. Guimerà-Brunet on their publication entitled “Switchless Multiplexing of Graphene Active Sensor Arrays for Brain Mapping” that was recently published in Nanoletters! Abstract Sensor arrays used

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Multiplexed neural sensor array of graphene solution-gated field-effect transistors

Congratulations to RN. Schaefer, R. Garcia-Cortadella, J. Martínez-Aguilar, G. Schwesig, X. Illa, A.M. Lara, S. Santiago, C. Hebert, G. Guirado, R. Villa, A. Sirota, A. Guimer, & J.A. Garrido on their publication entitled “Multiplexed neural sensor array of graphene solution-gated field-effect transistors” that was recently published in 2D Materials! Abstract Electrocorticography (ECoG) is a well-established

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Distortion‐Free Sensing of Neural Activity Using Graphene Transistors

Congratulations to R. Garcia-Cortadella, E. Masvidal‐Codina, J.M. De la Cruz, N. Schäfer, G. Schwesig, C. Jeschke, J. Martinez‐Aguilar, M.V. Sanchez‐Vives, R. Villa, X. Illa, A. Sirota, A. Guimerà, & J.A. Garrido on their publication entitled “Distortion‐Free Sensing of Neural Activity Using Graphene Transistors” that was recently published in Small! Abstract Graphene solution-gated field-effect transistors (g-SGFETs)

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Prof. George Milliaras to Give Plenary Talk at 2020 NanoBio Conference

Heraklion, Crete – BrainCom member Professor George Malliaras (Prince Philip Professor of Technology at the University of Cambridge) will be a plenary speaker for 2020 NanoBio Conference. This year, the conference will be held on the 7th-11th of September. Topics: WORKSHOP 1: NANOBIOMATERIALS & NANOMEDICINE WORKSHOP 2: ORGANIC AND PEROVSKITE PHOTOVOLTAICS AND OPTOELECTRONICS WORKSHOP 3:

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Prof. Anne-Lise Giraud and Dr. Pierre Mégevand to Present at International Brain Awareness Week

Geneva, Switzerland – BrainCom members Professor Anne-Lise Giraud and Dr. Pierre Mégevand are set to speak at the 2020 Semaine du Cerveau (International Brain Awareness Week) the evening of Wednesday, 18 March. Their presentation, entitled Réparer le Langage par la Technologie (Repairing Language Through Technology) will explore the current technological advances that make it possible

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2020 International Day of Women and Girls in Science

11 February 2020 – International Women and Girls in Science Day Top (left to right): Marta Delgà (ICN2); Dr. Hannah Maslen (University of Oxford); Prof. Anne-Lise Giraud (University of Geneva); Marie Palma (Universite Grenoble Alpes); Lucia Re (IMB-CNM-CSIC) Middle (left to right): Amy Rochford (University of Cambridge); Dr. Jessica Bousquet (ICN2); Dr. Rosa Villa (IMB-CNM-CSIC);

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When Thinking is Doing: Responsibility for BCI-Mediated Action

Congratulations to S. Rainey, H. Maslen, & J. Savulescu on their publication entitled “When Thinking is Doing: Responsibility for BCI-Mediated Action” that was recently published in AJOB Neuroscience! Abstract Technologies controlled directly by the brain are being developed, evolving based on insights gained from neuroscience, and rehabilitative medicine. Besides neuro-controlled prosthetics aimed at restoring function

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Improved metal-graphene contacts for low-noise, high-density microtransistor arrays for neural sensing

Congratulations to N. Schaefer, R. Garcia-Cortadella, A.B. Calia, N. Mavredakis, X. Illa, E. Masvidal-Codina, J.D.L. Cruz, E.D. Corro, L. Rodríguez, E. Prats-Alfonso, J. Bousquet, J. Martínez-Aguilar, A.P. Pérez-Marín, C. Hébert, R. Villa, D. Jiménez, A. Guimerà-Brunet, & J.A. Garrido on their publication entitled “Improved metal-graphene contacts for low-noise, high-density microtransistor arrays for neural sensing” that

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Control and Ownership of Neuroprosthetic Speech

Congratulations to H. Maslen & S. Rainey on their publication entitled “Control and Ownership of Neuroprosthetic Speech” that was recently published in Philosophy & Technology! Abstract Implantable brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are being developed to restore speech capacity for those who are unable to speak. Patients with locked-in syndrome or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis could be able

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