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
Health - Innovation - May 17
Health - Innovation
The Wyss Center's spin-off company Epios joins a global network of entrepreneurs with its long-term brain monitoring technology
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 - 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
Health

The flexible coating technology could pave the way for miniaturized devices in the human body

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.

Health - Jan 28
Health

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.




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