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New resin developed for 3D printed microelectrodes

A new process allows microstructures to be shrunk even more and retain their shape. yes, that's a bunny.

A new process allows microstructures to be shrunk even more and retain their shape. Yes, that’s a 3D printed bunny.

Science fiction becomes reality. 3D printed microelectrodes could be used to send and receive signals from the brain, aiding in treating Parkinson’s disease, depression, and epilepsy.

A new resin material that can be molded into complex, highly conductive 3-D structures with features just a few microns across has been developed by Tokyo Institute of Technology and C-MET, Inc.

“One of the most promising applications is 3-D microelectrodes that could interface with the brain,” says Yuya Daicho

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