New Chemical Compound to Reduce the Adverse Side Effects of Neural Implants

Jorge Pincay ’20 Over the years research in neuroscience has led to the development of brain implants, called microelectrodes that can help restore essential motor and sensory functions. This technology has become beneficial for those that suffer from head injury and neurodegenerative disease. The limitations of this technology lie within the immunological response that comes about shortly after implantation. This immune response, which is governed … Continue reading New Chemical Compound to Reduce the Adverse Side Effects of Neural Implants

SBYIR Journal Theme Announcement

SBYIR’s Fall 2019 journal theme is… “The very big and the very small; science at the macroscopic and microscopic level” You are free to write about any scientific topic of your choosing as long as it relates to the journal theme. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box! Some sample topic ideas include astronomy, particle science, cell biology, dinosaurs, etc. In addition, links are … Continue reading SBYIR Journal Theme Announcement