UCLA scientists create graphene barrier to precisely control molecules for making nanoelectronicsJanuary 19, 2016
Paul Weiss (California Nanosystems Institute, department of chemistry and biochemistry) and a team of scientists developed a technique to precisely control molecules for making nanelectronics. This technique would make it much more efficient to build nanoelectronic and nanobioelectronic devices that could measure brain cell and circuit function in real time. Neurosensors that could measure brain cell and circuit function immediately could provide further insight into diseases like depression and provide further support to the Depression Grand Challenge.
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