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Organic electrochemical transistors

Congratulations to J. Rivnay, S. Inal, A. Salleo, R.M. Owens, M. Berggren, & G.G. Malliaras on their publication entitled “Organic electrochemical transistors” that was recently published in Nature Reviews Materials! Abstract Organic electrochemical transistors (OECTs) make effective use of ion injection from an electrolyte to modulate the bulk conductivity of an organic semiconductor channel. The

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Dr Hannah Maslen and Dr Stephen Rainey on “Neuroprosthetics for Speech — Ethical Challenges in Research and Application”

Dr Hannah Maslen and Dr Stephen Rainey presented ongoing research of the BrainCom consortium to the Oxford Psychology Society in a talk entitled “Neuroprosthetics for Speech — Ethical Challenges in Research and Application”, at Corpus Christi College, November 29


Dr Stephen Rainey on “Getting to know you: Technology’s intimate insights into human behaviour”

Dr Stephen Rainey was invited to present ethical and conceptual issues as part of a discussion on “Getting to know you: Technology’s intimate insights into human behaviour”.


Dr Hannah Maslen presented the Consortium’s current research at the Neuroethics Network Annual Meeting

Dr Hannah Maslen presented the Consortium’s current research at the Neuroethics Network Annual Meeting, held at the Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle Épinière (ICM), Hospital Pitié-Salpêtrière, Paris (19th-21st June, 2017).


Key considerations in designing a speech brain-computer interface

Congratulations to F. Bocquele, T. Hueber, L. Girin, S. Chabardès, & B. Yvert on their publication entitled “Key considerations in designing a speech brain-computer interface” that was recently published in Journal of Physiology-Paris! Abstract Restoring communication in case of aphasia is a key challenge for neurotechnologies. To this end, brain-computer strategies can be envisioned to

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