Scientists have created a technology to control the brain via the Internet

(ORDO NEWS) — Cordless implantable devices are integrated with versatile IoT infrastructure and traditional laboratory equipment.

A multidisciplinary team of researchers from the Korea Institute of Advanced Technology, Washington University in St. Louis and Colorado State University has formed an ecosystem with wireless implantable devices and an IoT infrastructure that allows neurobiological experiments to be conducted over high-speed Internet channels.

Thanks to innovative technology, scientists can manipulate the brains of animals from anywhere in the world. All you need to connect to the wireless ecosystem is a minicomputer, costing less than $ 45, that communicates with wireless multifunctional brain probes and other types of common laboratory equipment using IoT control modules.

The advantages of IoT neurotechnology include minimal hardware requirements, low setup costs, ease of use, and versatility, making it possible to deploy it on a global scale.

Scientists can quickly implement the appropriate tools in their laboratories with minimal costs, which will allow them to reduce the time spent on various neurobiological problems.

The researchers believe the wireless ecosystem has many uses, including brain research, pharmaceuticals and telemedicine, and is invaluable in the remote treatment of diseases of the brain and other organs.

This is all the more important at times when many laboratories have to close, such as when restrictions are imposed related to the COVID-19 pandemic.


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