Nanotechnology in Tissue and Neuron Regeneration

There is a direct communication between the CNS and brain which is established by neural interfaces. In natural interface different kind of biomedical device is implemented in a human body that already have been developed to translate the brain processes into specific actions by the control of external devices. These interfaces develop a neurophysiological understanding and provide a clinical means for treatment of neurological symptoms and diseases. These could help increase the independence of disable people by which they can control various devices with their thoughts – not surprisingly, the other candidate for early adoption of this technology is the Military. Neural Interfaces or brain-machine interfaces (BMIs) can preserve the function of impaired neuronal tissues by translating nervous system signals into quantities that can be computationally understood.

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  • Nano Composites and Nano Fibrous Scoffolds
  • Stem cells

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