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  • noun An integrated circuit designed to interface with neurons

Etymologies

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neuro- +‎ chip

Examples

  • Soon, a silicon 'neurochip' to hear what human brain cells are saying

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  • Toronto, August 10: Calgary scientists will create a 'neurochip', which will monitor the dialogue between brain cell and silicon chip.

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  • Soon, a silicon 'neurochip' to hear what human brain cells are saying

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  • Soon, a silicon 'neurochip' to hear what human brain cells are saying

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  • But now it's like putting a microphone beside them, "the Globe and Mail quoted Professor Naweed Syed, head of the university's department of cell biology and anatomy, who has led the work on the so-called neurochip, as saying.

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  • The most promising progress in information processing concerns a neurochip that places organic neurons onto a network of silicon or other materials.

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  • Pet peeve in the neurochip story: "They used special proteins found in the brain to glue brain cells, called neurons, onto the chip."

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  • Calgary's Health Sciences Centre. with an extreme close-up of the neurochip displayed on a computer screen.

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  • Being able to monitor the dialogue between cell and silicon chip is a crucial step toward one day manipulating it, raising the possibility of neurochip implants that can operate artificial limbs, help restore sight or language after a stroke, or repair neurons that malfunction in a wide range of brain disorders, from Parkinson's disease to Alzheimer's.

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  • The 53-year-old Dr. Syed, who grew up watching The Six Million Dollar Man, said he sees the neurochip as an evolving work that will eventually stand as an implantable device that could direct brain cells to either fire up or say, "Hey, guys, calm down."

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