Current research in focus
Fixed & Wireless Cooperative Networks of the Human Brain
Crosstalk occurs between nerve fibers in central nervous system nerve tracts, such as the brain and optic nerves. The phenomenon that enables this crosstalk is a spatial-temporal electric near-field. This electric near-field creates a smart, spatial-temporal neurological network that can be tuned to mitigate neurological dysfunction.
Our cutting-edge research and development programs are always pushing boundaries. They include nanoscale development of artificial myelinated nerve fibers and nerves consisting of millions of tightly and tortuously wound nerve fibers.