Tiny ‘Neural Dust’ Sensors Could Keep an Eye on the Brain

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One day, tiny wireless sensors could be implanted in the brain to scan and stimulate brain cells. That’s the goal of researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, who have created minuscule sensors known as neural dust. The sensors could treat brain disorders like epilepsy, and improve the brain's control of prosthetics. VOA’s Deborah Block has a report.

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