A research team led by the UK's University of Bath came up with a bionic chip that could repair nerve circuits an possibly reverse the cognitive damage done by Alzheimer's disease. The ultra-low-power device, described in Nature Communications, could be implanted in the human body, researchers said.
Team crafts ultra-low-power chip for Alzheimer's treatment
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