Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering

Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering

Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering   link
Location: Geneva
Campus Biotech, Chemin des Mines 9, 1202 Genève

Discipline: Health
Affiliation: Fondation Campus Biotech Geneva
Innovation - Career - May 3
Are you developing a promising technology in the field of applied neuroscience or neurotechnology? Do you intend to bring it to the market? This joint EPFL-Wyss Center call for projects might be for you.
Life Sciences - Mar 31
Life Sciences

The results could help clinicians understand addiction and enable people to better manage substance withdrawal.

Life Sciences - Health - Mar 11

Could a ray of light stop rogue proteins in their tracks and slow the spread of neurodegenerative disease in the brain? EPFL and the Wyss Center are set to find out. GENEVA AND LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND - The Wyss Center and the Lashuel lab at EPFL announced today a collaboration to explore the potential of using light as a therapy for Parkinson's disease and dementia.

Health - Jan 28

Charter group of 21 world-class institutions representing a network of over 150,000 researchers across six continents sign agreement that sets new bar for fast-paced research and development.

Life Sciences - Health - Dec 18, 2020
Life Sciences - Health

To do this, Baud collaborated with Vikram Rao, neurologist at UCSF, to obtain neuronal activity data collected over several years using devices implanted long-term in the brains of patients with epilepsy.

Health - Life Sciences - Aug 27, 2020
Health - Life Sciences

Subscalp brain monitoring devices could offer long-term, continuous, and reliable recording of neural activity at home and in the clinic.

Life Sciences - Health - Mar 23
Life Sciences - Health

Results demonstrate MRI compatibility, good surgical handling and reliable recording in bioelectronic interfaces that conform to the nervous system.

Life Sciences - Health - Feb 25

Geneva, Switzerland - The Wyss Center has joined forces with an international consortium of universities, biomedical startups and nonprofit organizations to develop therapies for spinal cord injury that could improve long-term recovery.

Life Sciences - Health - Jan 7
Life Sciences - Health

Revealing details of the internal structure of 'mini-brains' could help accelerate drug studies and may offer alternatives to some animal testing.

Health - Oct 8, 2020

The flexible coating technology could pave the way for miniaturized devices in the human body. GENEVA & LA CHAUX-DE-FONDS, SWITZERLAND - Active implants, such as cardiac pacemakers, cochlear implants and neural monitoring or stimulation devices, contain sensitive electronics that must be protected from the warm, wet, and salty environment of the human body.

Computer Science - Life Sciences - Aug 11, 2020
Computer Science - Life Sciences

The software platform, NeuroKey, interfaces with multiple brain signal acquisition sources and devices, extending the reach of brain-computer interface applications.

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