We have been featured on the front cover of Advanced Materials:
Flexible, high‐performance neural recording microelectrode arrays are developed by Rouhollah Jalili, Gordon Wallace, and co‐workers in article number 1805867. Highly ordered graphene microfibers coated with a thin layer of platinum provide excellent performance in terms of current collection, low impedance, high charge‐injection capacity, and excellent sensitivity. The implantable microelectrode arrays record and detect neuronal activities with outstandingly high signal‐to‐noise ratio and minimum foreign‐body response.
Thank you to all who joined us last Sunday for the Autism Speaks walk at Southfork Ranch! We had a great time, interacted with the community, met several other research groups, and took part in a fantastic event to support those impacted by Autism!
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Jonsson School UG Research Michael T Tran
Experience Award winner
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