Graphene brain implants for Parkinson's and paralysis treatment

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Figuring out a way to allow electrodes to directly interface with neurons without harming them is one of the most pressing tasks facing neuroscientists today.
A team of researchers from Italy’s University of Trieste and the Cambridge Graphene Center recently made significant step toward the successful treatment of a number of neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease or restoring sensory functions for amputees or paralyzed patients. For the first time neuroscientists interfaced graphene to neurons directly, without damaging their integrity.